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DENISON ,TX -- Friends and family gathered for a candlelight vigil at 28-year-old Jennifer Comstock's home Friday Night where a car crashed into the living room killing her and her unborn child the night before. 

About 40 people showed up to remember Comstock.  During the vigil candles were lit and flowers were handed out.  Some were even left outside her home in remembrance.  There were a lot of tears but also some smiles as they shared stories about Comstock's infectious smile.  Friends and family tell us she will be greatly missed. 

"To know Jennifer is to love Jennifer, she was an amazing person, and I'm going to miss her.  It's been very very rough, but we'll get through it one day at a time."

"Yeah, a lot of co-workers, a lot of friends, a lot of family, I mean, we just all loved her."

Because Comstock's home has been deemed unsafe, the group relocated after the vigil to spend more time Friday Night remembering Jennifer.