The parking lot next to Burien’s One Source Chiropractic was packed with friends, family and community members Thursday night (Sept. 20), all together to grieve the senseless killing of Gabriela Reyes-Dominguez, 51, whose life ended when a stray bullet from a drive-by shooting across the street killed her. ‘Gaby’ worked as a receptionist in the chiropractic office located at 15217 1st Ave South, and was fatally struck by a stray bullet from a drive-by shooting on Wednesday afternoon, Sept. 19. Two suspects were arrested on Thursday. A makeshift memorial full of flowers, balloons, candles and notes was growing, and sadly, the bullet hole from the gunshot that killed her was still visible, a sad reminder of the recent tragedy.
NOTE: Due to a prior commitment, we arrived a little late to the vigil, but here is what Scott Schaefer was able to capture, including an interview with Burien Mayor Jimmy Matta (running time 4:07):[embed]https://youtu.be/ip0OyFnhLuM[/embed]
A GoFundMe page has been created to help the family â€“ donate online here.Here’s another video courtesy KING5: [embed]https://youtu.be/1iwShWbMMF0[/embed]
Everyone at South King Media sends their deepest sympathies to all who knew and loved Gaby, as well as to the entire Burien community we love.Gaby’s funeral was held Friday at Holy Family Church in White Center:
UPDATE: TEENS WERE STUDENTS AT HIGHLINE HIGH SCHOOL:
Family and friends of 51-year old Gabriela Reyes-Dominguez gather to say good bye at Holy Family Church in Seattle. Gabby was an innocent victim of a gang-related shooting in Burien on Wednesday #Q13FOX pic.twitter.com/7lt0J1Yn1wâ€” LaMonica Peters (@LaMonicaPeters) September 21, 2018
Two teens who were arrested in connection with fatal drive-by shooting in Burien were identified through surveillance footage from the high school where they are students. (via @SJGTimes) https://t.co/oMMPsVH3Rc— The Seattle Times (@seattletimes) September 22, 2018