Vigil for Spokane teen killed by deputy’s car

SPOKANE VALLEY — Hundreds of people attended a Thursday night candlelight vigil at the Spokane Valley intersection where a 15-year-old boy on his bike was hit and fatally injured by a deputy speeding to a call.

KXLY reports friends and loved ones of Ryan Holyk gathered at Sprague and Vista and shared memories of his life.

He was hit May 23 and died Wednesday when he was taken off life support. His family said on Facebook his organs were donated.

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