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In memory of Nicole Notaro

Created by Family Of Nicole Notaro

Nicole Notaro

Nicole was 19 years old. She had hopes of become a Marine.  She got involved with the wrong people who cared nothing for her life. On October 23, we received the news that they found her dead.  Her girlfriend bought 120 mgs of oxycontin and gave it all to Nicole.   We don't till this day know how Nicole took the drugs since the police have never spoken to us about this. Can you imagine 3 years have gone by and we know nothing. Death by Delivery is the law and it was never use. Anyway, there were a few people with Nicole and they all watched her die doing absolutely nothing to save her. They we 2 blocks from a hospital.  But, instead they left her lay on the floor in her own vomit and blood. Then they went to have breakfast and then later called police after knowing she was already gone, in fear they would get in trouble. Please know who your child is with because there are so many people who just don't care. Nicole was a beautiful person inside and out.  Loved life and everyone she met. These drugs are easily prescribed and for sale on the streets don't let anyone fool you.  We have to save our children. Thank You from a greiving mother

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