(KRON/AP) — A football coach. An athletic director. And young, fresh-faced students.
Pollack was confirmed dead early Thursday morning. She was a senior at the school and planned to attend Lynn University, the Miami Herald reported.
“Please say a prayer for the family of an amazing girl I got to call my best friend growing up,” posted her friend Gigi Lovito on Facebook. “Her life was taken way too soon and I have no words to describe how this feels.”
Schentrup was confirmed dead by several friends on social media. Schentrup was a 2017 National Merit Scholar semifinalist, the Miami Herald reported.
Montalto,14, was a freshman on the school’s winter guard team. She was reported missing when she did not answer her phone. She died at the hospital late Wednesday night, friends and family said on social media.
“My heart is broken into pieces. I will forever remember you my sweet angel,” her color guard instructor, Manuel Miranda told the Miami Herald. “She was the sweetest soul ever. She was kind, caring always smiling and wanting to help.”
Duque was a 14-year-old freshman, also died in the shooting. His older brother Miguel, a former student at the school, shared the tragic news on Instagram. “Words can not describe my pain,” he wrote. “I love brother Martin you’ll be missed buddy.”
Hoyer was also among the deceased, his family has confirmed.
“Our Luke was a precious child, who just went to school yesterday not knowing what was to come,” said his aunt.
“This has devastated our family and we’re all in shock and disbelief. Our hearts are broken. Luke was a beautiful human being and greatly loved,” posted his uncle, Toni Brownlee on Facebook. “Also, pray for the other families whose loved were also murdered so cruelly.”
Oliver,17, was a Venezuela-born student had just become a U.S. citizen in January. His girlfriend confirmed his death, according to the Miami Herald.
Loughran was among the deceased, a peer counselor at her church has confirmed.
“RIP Cara, and fly with the angels. You will be greatly missed, and we will always love you and celebrate your beautiful life,” her neighbor wrote on Facebook.
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