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“They’re beautiful human beings with wonderful hearts,” said Kelly Singh, Yani’s sister. “They didn’t do anything wrong. They were set up. They did not deserve this, and whoever did this needs to be caught.”
She said her brother was engaged and that both he and McCollum are hard workers who serve their communities. She declined to comment further from a bedside vigil at the hospital.
“I’m just speechless,” Rachel Cox, a shift supervisor at Two Stooges, said Saturday. “I don’t know why people would do these things.”
She didn’t know if the women had been asking others for a ride before the two victims agreed to help out, but she hoped to find out, Cox said.
“If they’re the ones willing to be nice and give these ladies a ride, and then something like this happens, it makes people not want to do anything nice for anybody anymore, because you never know what will happen,” she said.
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