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Father grieves online for daughter killed in Poway crash

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POWAY (CBS 8) - The father of a woman killed in a crash involving a fire truck in Poway is sharing his feelings online.

News 8 has learned that the drive of the car, Robbie Gillespie, was arrested on felony drug charges, including possession of a controlled substance and possession of drug paraphernalia, just two days before the crash. He was released on $5,000 bail.

Evelyn Courtney's father Wade is using social networks to grieve and share his sadness to let people know how much he loved his daughter.

In this News 8 video story, Dominic Garcia has more.

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