The couple said that they walked around the firehouse, thinking that maybe Jessica had been taken there. "I knew exactly what she was Moncler jackets wearing, and I was hoping to see her little ponytail run around the corner, and her jacket and her black glittery Uggs that she had on that morning," Krista Rekos said. Finally, around 1:15 p.m., everyone was asked to sit down, and a police officer said 20 children had Moncler Outlet Store been killed."We couldn't get a straight answer," Richard Rekos said. "There's so much panic and confusion when that announcement was made, the life was just sucked out of the room. And you know, I just point-blank found a state trooper and said, 'Are you telling me that standing here as a parent that my daughter is gone?' And he said, 'Yes.'"
The Rekoses were asked to stay at the firehouse to identify their daughter's body but, overcome with grief, they left in disbelief. The cheap moncler jackets couple went home, and got into their daughter's bed, staying there until about 1 a.m., they said. At that point there was a knock on the door and a police officer said that Jessica was dead. "It just confirmed the nightmare, it's not real," Krista Rekos said. "It's still not real that my little girl who's so full of life and wants a horse so badly, and who was going to get cowboy boots for moncler coats sale Christmas, isn't coming home." The couple said the pain is just settling in. But equally strong is their commitment to keeping their daughter's memory alive. The parents said that their 6-year old family powerhouse, with an enormous heart, will forever be their angel who left behind love notes that are still being found.