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Luis Omar Ocasio-Capo (center) is photographed in La Vergne with his three stepsisters, Karianalis, Coralis, and Windalis. (Courtesy/Amber Lugo)
Luis Omar Ocasio-Capo (center) is photographed in La Vergne with his three stepsisters, Karianalis, Coralis, and Windalis. (Courtesy/Amber Lugo)
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Luis Omar Ocasio-Capo, known as Omar, was one of the youngest victims of the Orlando nightclub shooting. He was a recent graduate of La Vergne High School in La Vergne, a suburb 20 miles southeast of Nashville, Tennessee.

Omar was remembered last night during a tearful vigil. Reporter Tony Gonzalez of Here & Now contributor WPLN reports on a joyful life cut short.

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A makeshift memorial formed around this sign in the La Vergne High School parking lot. (Tony Gonzalez / WPLN)
A makeshift memorial formed around this sign in the La Vergne High School parking lot. (Tony Gonzalez / WPLN)

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Tony Gonzalez, WPLN reporter. He tweets @TGonzalez.

This segment aired on June 14, 2016.

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