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    Galley: Vigil - Photo by Elise Klysa | of | Share this photo

    Members of Gardiner Area High School's cheerleading squad support each other Friday night as they hold candles at a vigil in honor of fellow student Tabytha Hembree, who died earlier in the day from injuries suffered in a traffic accident Thursday morning in Pittston.

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    Community members fill the Gardiner Area High School soccer field Friday night for a candlelight vigil to honor Tabytha Hembree, of Pittson. Hembree died Friday from injuries suffered in a Thursday morning traffic accident in Pittston.

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    Gardiner Area High School soccer team members hold flowers and candles Friday night to honor their teammate Tabytha Hembree. Hembree died earlier in the day from injuries suffered Thursday morning in a traffic accident in Pittston.

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    Danica Martin, 10, stands with her mother, Kristin, both of Gardiner, at a candlelight vigil Friday night in memory of Gardiner Area High School student Tabytha Hembree, who died earlier in the day after having been injured Thursday morning in a traffic accident in Pittston.

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    Gardiner varsity girls soccer team members gather Friday night on the Gardiner Area High School soccer field. A candlelight service was held to honor teammate Tabytha Hembree, who died that morning from injuries suffered Thursday in a traffic accident in Pittson. Items belonging to Hembree were laid in the goal as a memorial.

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