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Vigil of remembrance

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    MARK HAMES - mhames@charlotteobserver.com
    Dawn Hines, right, sister of the late Carrington Ware, thanks a crowd attending a candlelight vigil Wednesday at Harding University High School in West Charlotte. About 100 people – many wearing T-shirts with Ware’s picture on them – attended. Police have not identified a suspect.To Hines’ right is her son, Monte Ware. Seated at left is his girlfriend, Elaine Elston.
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    MARK HAMES - mhames@charlotteobserver.com
    Elaine Elston, center, holds a candle at a memorial for her boyfriend, Carrington Ware, who was hit by a car whose driver didn’t stop. About 100 people – many wearing T-shirts with Ware’s picture on them – attended the service outside Harding High School in West Charlotte on Wednesday. Police have not identified a suspect.

A vigil was held Wednesday night for Carrington Ware, who was hit by a car whose driver didn’t stop.

About 100 people -- many wearing t-shirts with Ware’s picture on it -- attended the service outside Harding High School in West Charlotte on Wednesday. Police have not identified a suspect.

Ware, who had cerebral palsy, had just had Valentine’s Day dinner and a movie at his girlfriend’s house and was crossing Alleghany Street at Pebblebrook Drive to get to the bus stop when he was hit, family members said.

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