A suburban Philadelphia high school is paying tribute to a ninth grader killed last week in a shooting and slashing frenzy. Her parents and three other relatives also died.
Nina Flick’s Souderton classmates remembered the 14-year-old as cool, carefree and extremely loyal. A string quartet and choir performed.
Students, teachers and community members are also supporting Flick’s wounded 17-year-old brother, Anthony, who continues to recover at a Philadelphia hospital.
Friends have raised more than $27,000 for medical bills and other costs.
Prosecutors say 35-year-old Iraq war veteran Bradley William Stone killed Nina Flick and her parents during a Dec. 15 spree that ended with the death of his ex-wife, her aunt.
Stone’s body was found the next day in the woods near his Pennsburg home.
Prosecutors say he committed suicide.