Wednesday, September 25, 2019

A Fashi For Diane Ly At Summer & Melcher

updated 9/25/19: The Ly Family requested that we share a statement of thankful support from the family.  Please read below:

The Fort Point and Seaport community is coming together to remember Diane Ly, the 30-year-old woman who was hit and killed while crossing Summer Street at the Melcher Street intersection on September 11th. She was visiting our neighborhood with her very close friend Warren Cheng. 

Please join FPNA for a mourning service, a Fashi, led by the Thousand Buddha Temple from Quincy.

We will be meeting on the sidewalk in front of 250 Summer Street, at the start of the Summer Street Bridge, at 2:00 PM this Wednesday, September 25th.

A statement from the Ly Family to the residents of Fort Point and Seaport:

Thank you for your generous outpouring of support for our family.  We would like to thank the Boston Police Department, Tufts medical personnel, and the first responders who tried to save Diane’s life.  We are working with the Boston Police Department to understand how this tragedy could have occurred and prevent it from happening to anyone else. 

We are devastated by Diane's passing and praying for Warren’s speedy recovery.  We are asking for space as we mourn the loss of a daughter, friend, and family member who was taken away from us too soon.

If you would like to make a donation, a GoFundMe page has been established for Diane Ly and Warren Cheng, 


The Ly Family

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