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The family, however, encourages the public to attend the viewing, which will be held from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. Tuesday at Murray Brothers Funeral Home, 1199 Utoy Springs Road S.W. Atlanta. Services will be streamed online at www.mbfh.com.
Secoriea was shot while in the car with her mother and a family friend. They encountered a group of armed people blocking the road near the Wendy’s restaurant on University Avenue, where activists and others had refused to leave until the city met their demands for police reform.
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There have also been calls to turn the site into a memorial or community center.
The restaurant parking lot is the site where Rayshard Brooks, a Black man, was killed by an Atlanta police officer, since fired and facing felony murder and other charges, on June 12.
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Charmaine Turner, Secoriea’s mother, said the group started shooting at the car as she was trying to go around the roadblock. She said when her daughter was hit, she called out “mama” or “mommy.”
Atlanta police Lt. Pete Malecki said investigators believe the shots were intentionally fired after the Jeep Cherokee that Turner was riding in crossed a “makeshift roadblock that was manned by numerous armed individuals.”
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A rising Kipp Ways Primary School third grader, Secoriea was among five people shot to death over the Independence Day holiday weekend in Atlanta. Three were fatally shot on July 4.