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Doylestown, Pennsylvania. Three weeks before Rachel Joy Scott, 17, was gunned down the first victim of the Columbine High School massacre she saw Austin Wiggins changing a flat tire in the rain in her town of Littleton, Colo. Scott stopped her car, got out and held an umbrella over Wiggins' head. Today, he waters her grave every day.
It is the only patch of green in the area of the cemetery where she is buried. A week before she died, Scott had promised to take Adam, a student with a bone structure deficiency, to lunch and ask him all about his family. Every day, Scott would offer Adam a hug and a few kind words. The other students teased him and called him "alien" because of his facial disfigurement. Adam cries almost nightly for the loss of his friend. Rocky Mountain News. Denver, Colorado. Archived from the original on October 5, Rachel Scott had never met Austin Wiggins, but she offered him an umbrella last year as he fixed a flat tire in a rainstorm.
The Los Angeles Times. Archived from the original on October 4, Video footage of people who were touched by Scott's generosity, including the story of a man, a complete stranger, who had a flat tire and was stranded by the side of the road, were played on a big screen inside the gym. Scott came to his rescue and offered him a flashlight and an umbrella in the pouring, freezing Colorado rain. Weeks later, that same man read about Scott's death in the newspapers and saw her photograph and was moved to tears.
He later showed up at her grave site and planted flowers around it. Thomas Nelson — via Google Books. April 17, Archived from the original on January 29, Retrieved January 29, I met Rachel at a gas station. I was short five cents so she pulled a nickel out of her pocket and set it on the counter. When I asked her who she was, she told me this: 'Rachel Scott, good to meet you, friend. Rachel's Challenge: A Columbine Legacy.
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Archived from the original on October 3, Scott recalled how Rachel approached Columbine student Adam Kyler after other students knocked books out of his hands. Rachel offered Kyler her support. October 2, Just days after the Columbine shooting, the Scott family met Adam Kyler, a school friend of Rachel's. Kyler told the family he had been teased his entire life - his nickname at the school was 'Alien,' Scott said. She said Kyler has a disorder that has disfigured his facial muscles. No one had ever done that for him before. February 15, The Othello Outlook.
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