Friends Remember Charlotte Mother Kendal Crank killed in the crossfire of two groups shoting at eachother on North Tryon street and 28th. She was on her way to school..Charlotte must work to stop this

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On Thursday a black woman named Kendal Clark was on her way to school driving on N. Tryon St. near 28th  in the city of Charlotte North Carolina  where she was caught in the crossfire between two groups  of men shooting at one another and she was hit in the head by a stray bullet that was not meant for her.In this episode we got a chance to talk to some of her closest friends about what kind of person she was. It is a shame of what happened to an innocent woman who was going about her business and working hard to be successful. The community is hurt and we must do more to produce the type of love in our community that stops violence.

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