SAN ANTONIO - Students at Harlan High School gathered Sunday afternoon to remember their classmate, Shomari Anderson, who was killed in a car crash early Saturday morning.
The memorial for the Harlan High School junior drew hundreds of people who all packed the school's football field to remember the 17-year-old. Anderson, a three-sport athlete, was
On Monday, counselors and administrators will be available for students to talk with during their first period of classes.
Anderson's friends took to Twitter to express their disbelief and remember their friendship with their classmate.
Life comes and goes. today, one of my brothers passed away. His personality, character, and talent were truly something special. I will never forget you Shomari Anderson and thank you for being family. Love you bro😞❤️🦅#flyhigh82 pic.twitter.com/9PCWuTWNZt — sam 🥵 (@mistacahta) January 12, 2019
I just want to let yall know that life is not promised and you should enjoy every moment of it because something can happen in the blink of an eye and everything can be over 😭 long live my bestfriend shomari anderson i love you so much bro ❤️👼🏽 pic.twitter.com/dGTsrWlY7j — Nalizjah 🎒 (@nalizjah) January 12, 2019
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