The family of Holloway said that what they’ve heard about the crash doesn’t make sense when they think of the young woman they know.
“None of it made any sense,” said Lashay Hardaway, Holloway’s cousin. “It just didn’t add up to who she is. She loved her family, she loved her daughter, she loved God, this was just traumatic for everybody.”
And very confusing for a young woman who had so much potential.
“Today I am not the same scared girl I used to be. I am a mature young woman who has broken many generational cycles that those before hadn’t,” Holloway said in that Portland Opportunities Industrialization Center video. “Being homeless and struggling on my own taught me to stand on my own two feet. I managed to land a federal job at age 21—now, that is what I call living the grand life.”
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