Promising boxer Cashmere Jackson was killed in a bizarre car crash Wednesday evening, near the intersection of East 55th Street and Woodland Avenue.
Friday night, hundreds gathered to remember her life.
Family and friends met at the location where Jackson lost her life. They brought green balloons, boxing gloves, and other memorabilia.
Jackson, 26, was a rising female boxer. She won the Golden Glove Championship five times, and nearly qualified for the Olympics.
When Jackson got out of the car, Sanderson drove toward her. Jackson jumped on the car, and Sanderson took off, heading south on East 55th Street with Jackson still on the hood.
Sanderson hit another car head on, and Jackson was thrown off the car and ran over by another vehicle. She was taken to MetroHealth Medical Center where she passed away.
Sanderson has been charged with aggravated vehicular homicide, and remains behind bars.
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