Community remembers teen killed in road rage shooting

This is not the first time the family of a young girl killed in a road rage shooting has experienced tragedy.

For the Roberson family, of West Chester, loss and grief have been constant in recent years, Nearly 4 years ago, their son passed from heart disease. Now, they must mourn the vibrant, lovely 18-year-old Bianca.

"She was like a crazy, fun--crazy, fun person. She could make you laugh just a good girl, sweetheart, sweetheart of a girl," Rodney Roberson told FOX 29.

A recent graduate of West Chester's Rustin High School, Bianca was planning a trip to Jacksonville, Florida, for orientation at the university she'd attend in the fall. Her life goal was to be a FBI agent with a focus on forensics.

Her aunt says Bianca's and her brother's deaths are deep wounds

"So now her mother is left with no children, just a grandchild," she said.

There was counseling Friday at Rustin where her fellow 18 year olds--beginning a new and exciting time of their lives--met grief face to face.

"When I heard it was murder, I broke out in tears why would someone do this to such a promising girl," Christy Mullin.

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