A candlelight vigil was held on Monday evening for 15-year-old daughter, Trinity Gay daughter of Olympic sprinter Tyson Gay after she was killed in a parking lot shootout over the weekend.
Trinity Gay died early Sunday morning, after being caught in the crossfire at a Cook Out fast-food restaurant in Lexington, Kentucky.
Her Olympian father and mother, Shoshanna Boyd, embraced during the candlelight vigil at Lafayette High School, where their daughter was a rising track star.
Several thousand people turned out to honor the student, many wearing her favorite colors of pink and purple and holding homemade signs and balloons.
The friends who were with Trinity on the night she died shared the details of her last hours with DailyMail.com and revealed how they frantically tried to save her life after she was shot in the neck.
One friend also revealed that Trinity had known the father and son who were involved in her fatal shooting.
On Monday, Chazerae Taylor, 38, and his son, D’Markeo Taylor, 19, were indicted on charges of wanton endangerment.
The third suspect, D’vonta Middlebrooks, 21, was charged with wanton endangerment and possession of a firearm by a convicted felon.
According to reports, all three have admitted to firing multiple shots. Police have given no suggestion to a motive for the shooting.