Sabrina’s family declined to comment after today’s hearing. Earlier today we drove to the scene of Sabrina’s memorial just a few blocks away from her home, that’s near the National Vinegar Company. And we found a family friend willing to tell us about Sabrina.
Shannon mason says Sabrina was a little quiet, but once she got to know her she was full of life and ready to play. Shannon says Sabrina would often ride her bike near the vinegar plant accompanied by her aunt. Shannon is yet another community member shocked that something like this could happen in Olney.
“I feel sick. I can’t believe this has happened, I mean she was just a beautiful little girl, full of life and it got cut short. No child should have to go through half of what what children have to go through nowadays. You can’t feel free like we used to when we were younger, we could go everywhere and not have to worry about stuff like this,” Shannon Mason said.