Grieving Mother Hopes Vigil Will Bring Answers To Light

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Updated: 7/29/2012 12:38 am
        Roxana Murphy is looking for answers to questions surrounding the loss of her daughter.
        
        She says the family is still unsure about the circumstances surrounding Ashley Hamilton-Palmer's death.
        
        Saturday night they gathered in Thoroughbred Park in Lexington along with members of the community to offer each other support.
        
        The family hopes that keeping her story in the public eye will lead to more investigation into the situation and that will lead to more answers.
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