Loved ones memorialize student who'd been missing
BOSTON (AP) -- Mourners have filled a church on Boston College's campus to remember student Franco Garcia for his smile, passion for music, and love for family and friends.
The 21-year-old chemistry major's Feb. 22 disappearance sparked a police probe and search that ended when his body surfaced last week in the Chestnut Hill Reservoir.
The Rev. Michael Nolan told churchgoers on Wednesday that Garcia's disappearance "brought to the surface how much love you had for him and still have for him today."
Preliminary autopsy results suggested Garcia may have died after an accidental fall into the water following a night of drinking with friends.
Luzmila Garcia said after following her son's silver casket from the church that she still had questions about how he died.
Authorities are awaiting toxicology test results that could tell more.
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