MARYSVILLE, Wash. - The Marysville community is remembering the second young victim to die from Friday's school shooting.
Gia Soriano, 14, died Sunday night at Providence Medical Center in Everett.
Soriano was one of the two teen girls who were brought to Providence Regional Medical Center in Everett with critical head wounds after the shooting.
For days, the hospital said Soriano and Shaylee Chuckulnaskit -- also 14-- were alive but not doing well.
Sunday night, doctors read a powerful statement from her family expressing shock, grief and sorrow.
The statement, in part, told of the family's decision to donate their daughter’s organs.
“Our daughter was loving and kind and this gift honors her life. We thank providence for their excellent care, bar none, from beginning to end. We thank our friends and family who have supported us through this,” it read.
As a result of what happened at the school Friday, Marysville-Pilchuck High School will not have classes this week.
The district wants the students to have more time to heal and also wants to meet with the staff members who work and teach at the school who are undoubtedly just as affected by the tragedy.
Meanwhile, two of the three survivors, Shaylee Chuckulnaskit and Andrew Fryberg, are still in a critical condition with head wounds.
Fryberg is at Harborview Medical Center along with a third survivor, Nate Hatch, was shot in the jaw.
Fryberg and Hatch were cousins of the shooter, Jaylen Fryberg.
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