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On Thursday, more than 50 family members, community leaders, educators and friends gathered with her at the intersection of Tarnef and De Moss to celebrate the opening of a small memorial created to honor the child’s memory and remind motorists to drive more carefully.
Houston Chronicle

Wigdan Ahmed Mohammed walks out of her Gulfton home every day, turns left onto De Moss, and there it is: the intersection where her 4-year-old son, Mohammed, was struck and killed on the first day of school in 2016.

The grief of that moment will never fade, but Gulfton residents have taken an extraordinary step to make sure her son’s life won’t be forgotten.

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