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In Harm's Way: Remembering the Life of D'aja Robinson : Slideshow

Monday, June 03, 2013

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D'aja as a toddler.
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A snapshot of D'aja and her mother at the memorial to the teen where she was shot.
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A reward poster for the shooter at the bus stop.
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Images of the girl nicknamed 'Asia' hanging above flowers and other offerings at the memorial.
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Leaving messages for the teen who was shot after leaving a sweet sixteen party.
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Cheryl Sands (left) has been making daily visits to the area where her granddaughter lost her life .
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A personal message left on the bulletin board.
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D'aja's mother, Shadia Sands (right), leaving her daughter's funeral.
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Mourners outside the funeral, wearing pictures of the teen around their neck.
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More than 2,000 attended the funeral at Greater Allen AME Cathedral in Southeastern Queens where a line snaked around the block.
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A horse-drawn glass carriage transported D'aja's casket.
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Rapper 50 Cent, a Queens native, said he paid for the horse and carriage.
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D'aja Robinson was killed on the Q6 bus in South Jamaica.

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