Hundreds Remember Teen Killed in Crash

More than 250 students, friends pay respects at memorial service

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    Friends host an emotional memorial service for a classmate who was killed in car crash.

    More than 250 friends and fellow students showed up at Gilliam Collegiate Academy in South Oak Cliff to remember a girl killed in a car crash.

    Sixteen-year-old Tania Enamorado died when the car her twin brother was driving hit a wet spot and crashed into a pole.

    Her brother, Mauricio, is still recovering in the hospital. Her cousin Leticia "Isis" Enamorado was also hurt in the accident.

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    Friends host an emotional memorial service for a classmate who was killed in car crash.

    Students lit candles and prayed for a speedy recovery but also shed tears for their departed classmate.

    "Tania, if you're listening and watching from up above, just know that I love you with all of my heart," one student said, fighting back tears.

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    A Dallas teenager was killed and two others were injured in a crash Thursday.

    "I loved her so much," Semaje Hall said. "She was my other half, and I'm so sad she's gone. She's in a better place now."

    The Enamorado family was in attendance but declined interviews.

    Students at the memorial released purple and white balloons to honor Tania Enamorado.