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<pre><pre>Teen was shot in the head just a few days before her graduation year

A teenager in Pennsylvania died just a few days before her final exams, after she had fallen victim to the & # 39; wrong place at the wrong time & # 39; and was shot deadly in her head.

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Morgan Dunston (18) was pronounced quite early on Friday night after being hit by a bullet when she danced in a parking lot hours after leaving her senior school ball at McKeesport Area High School.

& # 39; Someone came from behind and started shooting and my baby was shot, & # 39; told Dunston & # 39; s mother, Angie Krimm Pittsburgh Post-Gazette.

Two friends from Dunston rushed her to a hospital after the drive-by-shoot, but the 18-year-old died shortly after arrival.

Morgan Dunston (18) was spoken quite early on Friday night after being hit by a bullet while she was dancing in a parking lot

Dunston had left her school ball a few hours before her death. Her twin sister Jordyn (pictured right) says she doesn't know how she will manage after Morgan's death

Dunston had left her school ball a few hours before her death. Her twin sister Jordyn (pictured right) says she doesn't know how she will manage after Morgan's death

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Dunston had left her school ball a few hours before her death. Her twin sister Jordyn (pictured right) says she doesn't know how she will manage after Morgan's death

Dunston & # 39; s twin sister, Jordyn, who also went to the ball on Thursday evening, now says she has trouble understanding her sister's loss as she prepares to attend Slippery Rock Uni in just a few months.

& # 39; She feels like: "If I continue and live my life, I will leave my sister behind." & # 39; Krimm admitted on behalf of her sad daughter. & # 39; And I said: & # 39; Jordyn, you have to do it for her. Because that's what she wants you to do. "& # 39;

Prior to her sudden death, Dunston would study cosmetology at a specialized school in the summer.

Friends and family say they will remember her as a happy and caring teenager who was always on hand to offer help to another in need.

Her mother will now accept Duston & # 39; s high school diploma for her on Thursday, just twenty-four hours before her funeral.

Dunston & # 39; s twin sister, Jordyn, who also went to the ball on Thursday evening, now says she is struggling to deal with her sister's loss while preparing to attend Slippery Rock Uni within a few months

Dunston & # 39; s twin sister, Jordyn, who also went to the ball on Thursday evening, now says she is struggling to deal with her sister's loss while preparing to attend Slippery Rock Uni within a few months

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Dunston & # 39; s twin sister, Jordyn, who also went to the ball on Thursday evening, now says she is struggling to deal with her sister's loss while preparing to attend Slippery Rock Uni within a few months

Dunston was shot outside the Hot Metal Bridge Faith Community Church. Several windows were shattered by a series of shots that were managed by an unknown shooter

Dunston was shot outside the Hot Metal Bridge Faith Community Church. Several windows were shattered by a series of shots that were managed by an unknown shooter

Dunston was shot outside the Hot Metal Bridge Faith Community Church. Several windows were shattered by a series of shots that were managed by an unknown shooter

On Saturday, family and relatives are planning to organize a graduation party for the twins and a party for life for Dunston.

& # 39; She was not in a gang, & # 39; Krimm said to the newspaper. & # 39; She was not among the wrong crowd. She was in the wrong place at the wrong time and tried to enjoy life. & # 39;

Someone came from behind and started shooting and my baby was shot, & Dunston & # 39; s mother, Angie Krimm, told the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette.
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Someone came from behind and started shooting and my baby was shot, & Dunston & # 39; s mother, Angie Krimm, told the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette.

Someone came from behind and started shooting and my baby was shot, & Dunston & # 39; s mother, Angie Krimm, told the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette.

& # 39; It's a dream, it's a dream I'm still not awake from & # 39 ;, Krimm continued WPXI. & # 39; I don't know how to bury your child. & # 39;

Dunston was shot outside the Hot Metal Bridge Faith Community Church. Several windows were shattered by a hail of gunfire inflicted by an unknown shooter.

The pastor of the church, Jeff Eddings, says he does not believe the sacred building was the target of the attackers.

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& # 39; My heart really only deals with the victim and what happened to the person who was here, & # 39; said Eddings.

The police say they are currently investigating a number of leads, but no arrests have yet been made. Dunston's death is investigated as a murder.

Her mother will now accept Duston & # 39; s high school diploma for her on Thursday, just twenty-four hours before her funeral

Her mother will now accept Duston & # 39; s high school diploma for her on Thursday, just twenty-four hours before her funeral

Her mother will now accept Duston & # 39; s high school diploma for her on Thursday, just twenty-four hours before her funeral

An online fundraiser set up to cover the costs of Dunston's funeral has reached nearly $ 14,000 from Tuesday night.

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& # 39; Our beautiful Morgan Dunston was taken from us early this morning today, while we left a dance, by shooting a meaningless ride, leaving a destroyed family behind, & # 39; said Beth LaRotonda on the page, on behalf of the family.

& # 39; Her mother, brother, and sisters (one of whom is her twin) are not sad. I would like to raise funds to help pay for funeral expenses and also help the family until her mother can live and work again.

& # 39; Morgan was due to graduate from Mckeesport High School next week and had a bright future in store for her. & # 39;

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