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Rylie Guentensberger, 12, a seventh-grader from Castle Rock, died Friday

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Rylie Guentensberger, 12, a seventh-grader from Castle Rock, died Friday

Rylie Guentensberger, 12, a seventh-grader at Aspen View Academy in Castle Rock, died Friday her family announced Friday on Rally For Rylie, a Facebook page.

A middle school girl, who was critically injured when a car crashed into a running store in Parker late last month, has died.

Rylie Guentensberger, 12, a seventh-grader at Aspen View Academy in Castle Rock, died Friday her family announced on Rally For Rylie, a Facebook page.

“Today is a day of tears… Today is a day of memories… Today is a day of celebrating a special life…” the announcement said. “Today, our sweet Rylie passed away.”

By 11 p.m. Friday, more than 800 people had commented and 250 people had shared the post.

Seven people, including Rylie and her mother, Meghann Guentensberger, were injured April 29 when a car slammed into RNK Running & Walking, 13019 South Parker Road, going 20 yards into the business, which was open, before coming to a stop.

Parker police say a woman who was driving the vehicle may have had a medical condition that led to the crash.

“Over the last month, we have had a lot of time to think about and celebrate our girl,” the Facebook page said. “We always knew she was special, but this last month has shown us just how many lives she’s touched. She has made us all stronger, love more fully, and smile more often.”

The family asked for privacy in this difficult time. Arrangements are pending.

“Above all, as you go about your days – live as Rylie did. Be Happy!”