TERRE HAUTE, Ind. (WTHI) - Friends and family gather to pay tribute to a Terre Haute man killed in a fiery crash.
Angel Vargas died last week after his car crashed and caught fire.
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Several showed up at the Harsha Behavioral Center in Terre Haute. That's where Angel Vargas, 23, worked.
They lined up silently, paying tribute to Vargas. Friends, family, and others who's lives he touched were there.
Folks who remember Vargas have called his death a tragedy.
They described Vargas as a caring person who wanted to help those around him. His co-workers are saying they feel like they've lost a member of their family.
"His place can never be filled here. We all depended on him. He played ball with the kids. Walked patients, geriatric patients up and down the hall. Not for the money, but because he wanted to be here to make a difference," Dawn Fritschle said.
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