Remembering Benito Nuñez Rodriguez 

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Mark McKenna
Oscar Dominguez holds a memorial cross for Benito Nunez-Rodriguez who drowned in the recent flooding in Ferndale. Friends and community members came to pay their respects Sunday and place the memorial cross near where Nunez-Rodriguez's body was found.
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Carleigh Arnold, third from left, sung "Amazing Grace" during the vigil.
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Michelle Rodriguez, left, spoke with Carleigh Arnold following the vigil.
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Candles and flowers were placed at the base of the fence post where the cross was hung.
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Oscar Dominguez knelt and prayed at the cross placed for his friend Benito Nunez-Rodriguez.
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Oscar Dominguez makes the sign of the cross on his lips after he knelt and prayed at the cross placed for his friend Benito Nunez-Rodriguez.
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Michelle Rodriguez held Louis Lucier's head while she spoke with an attendee of the vigil for Benito Nunez-Rodriguez.
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Oscar Dominguez holds the cross while Aurelio Baltazr uses a drill to secure it to a fence post.
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Carleigh Arnold, center left, hugs Michelle Rodriguez, who was a close friend of Benito Nunez-Rodriguez.
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Oscar Dominguez holds the cross while Aurelio Baltazr uses a drill to secure it to a fence post.
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Oscar Dominguez places flowers in a can at the base of the post where the cross was hung.
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Joe Fox plants some sunflower seeds near the cross.
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Oscar Dominguez lights a candle during the memorial for his friend Benito Nunez-Rodriguez.
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Michelle Rodriguez helps Louis Lucier, 9, light a candle to place at the spot where the cross was fixed to a fence post.
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Oscar Dominguez holds the cross while Aurelio Baltazr uses a drill to secure it to a fence post.
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Oscar Dominguez holds the cross while Aurelio Baltazr uses a drill to secure it to a fence post.

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