Hundreds of friends and family members filled the St.Francis Cathedral beyond capacity to say goodbye to 13 year-old Breanna Camacho.
"I'm sure you have a lot of questions like, 'how could this happen?'", said Father Bhaskar Morugudi during the eulogy.
Many are still in shock a week after the tragic accident that killed two teens and left another four in critical condition.
Even the eulogy was filled with more questions than answers.
"If Breanna knew the unfortunate things that she was going to face ahead of the time, I'm very certain, I'm very confident, she would have not made the decision," said Morugudi.
It was a time to mourn, but most of all to remember, the impact such a young life can make.
"She had a lot of friends, that's for sure, we noticed that today here at the church," said family member Lupe DeLeon.
Camacho was known for her bubbly personality - she loved sports and softball- and was just beginning to enjoy life as a teenager.
"She was like really funny, she would always make jokes," said Belitia Porteous, who played on Camachos' softball team.
Her influence was evident in the amount of people that came to show their support.
"And we cannot go back, so we must go forward, with courage," said Morugudi.
It was a day of goodbye, but today was evident that it is a life, that certainly wont be forgotten.