Hometown Annapolis | Sara Bloomberg
“I have not turned my back to you, there is no need to cry,” he said, wearing a white T-shirt with her picture on it.
Mohr was reciting the poem on the corner of Ritchie Highway and Earleigh Heights Road in Severna Park, where Micciche, a Pasadena 17-year-old, was killed eight months ago.
To keep Micciche’s memory alive, friends and family came together yesterday to dedicate a new crosswalk in her name.
“We’re doing this to remember Kara and help others,” said Patty Mohr, Micciche’s aunt.
Plans for construction started after Micciche and her friend, 19-year-old Sean Snyder, were struck by a car after trying to cross the busy four-lane highway on July 19. Both were on their way to the Earleigh Heights Volunteer Fire Department carnival.
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