Participants in a June 3 vigil to remember Kayla Foster help each other light their candles.
Participants in a June 3 vigil to remember Kayla Foster help each other light their candles. CHUEYEE YANG cyang@fresnobee.com
Participants in a June 3 vigil to remember Kayla Foster help each other light their candles. CHUEYEE YANG cyang@fresnobee.com

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