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Vigil planned for Dorsey High student Jennifer Bonilla

April 16, 2014|By Stephen Ceasar
  • A candle burns next to a family photo of Jennifer Bonilla, the Dorsey High senior who was killed in last week's bus crash in Orland, Calif.
A candle burns next to a family photo of Jennifer Bonilla, the Dorsey High… (Bob Chamberlin / Los Angeles…)

A candlelight vigil is planned for Wednesday to honor Jennifer Bonilla, a student from Dorsey High School who was among those killed in a bus crash in Northern California last week. 

The vigil will begin at 5 p.m. at Dorsey High School, 3537 Farmdale Avenue in the Crenshaw area.

WHO THEY WERE: Orland bus crash victims

Jennifer, a 17-year-old senior, died last week in the crash that claimed 10 lives. Five of them, including Jennifer, were students on their way to a college tour of Humboldt State University.

Los Angeles schools chief John Deasy and members of the Los Angeles Board of Education are expected to attend. 

A fund for donations to help the family with funeral arrangements has been established.

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stephen.ceasar@latimes.com | Twitter: @stephenceasar

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