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Roadside Memorial Continues to Grow in Brentwood

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As usual with death on the road, an ad hoc memorial is set up by family members and loved ones. Westside-based blog Tabloid Baby notes that the one set up on Sunset Blvd. for 13-year-old Julia Siegler, who was killed in late-February when crossing the street to catch the bus, continues to grow, becoming much bigger. "More than a month later, the memorial to Julia has become a living shrine, with flowers arrangements replaced by a tended nursery of live potted flowers new teddy bears, candles, messages and signs arranged..."