Teen struck, killed by train in Monroe remembered at vigil

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MONROE, Wash. -- Dozens of family and friends gathered this weekend to remember the short, but meaningful life of Wesley Donohue.

Donohue, a 15-year-old sophomore at Monroe High School, was struck and killed by a BNSF train on the afternoon of Friday, Sept. 14.

Those closest to him lit candles and laid flowers and stuffed animals in his memory.

He was remembered as a kind and creative teenager who loved animals.

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