SAN MARCOS, Calif. -- An autopsy performed Friday on a 14-year-old girl who died after she collapsed during an eighth grade dance was inconclusive, the San Diego County Medical Examiner's Office reported.
Sabrina Keller was dancing at a Woodland Park Middle School graduation party when she suddenly collapsed about 8:50 p.m. Thursday, according to the Medical Examiner's Office. Witnesses said she sat down after dancing and fell out of the chair unconscious.
Paramedics flew her from the school at 1270 Rock Springs Road to Rady Children's Hospital, where she died at 10:10 p.m., the Medical Examiner's Office reported.
Amidst tears and heartache, her parents stood before hundreds of people Friday night at a candlelight vigil in her honor.
"This shows how much Sabrina was loved, by the community... not only the school, her family, her scouts... her friends and neighbors," said family friend Darryl Eagleton. "It's everybody coming together to show the love they had for Sabrina and to support the family."
Keller was the youngest of three. Her sister Monica and her older brother Brandon stood with their parents at the vigil but Brandon could only say how much he missed his little sister.
"I wasn't here. I'm in Utah for school. I just miss her so much," he said.
Friends of Keller's said she set high goals and succeeded.
As a Girl Scout in Troop 1035, she sold nearly 3500 boxes of Girl Scout cookies, selling more than anyone else in the count. She earned a free iPad and a helicopter ride off the USS Midway.
"She was a friend. She brought everyone in (to Girl Scouts)," Barbara Schettler-Jehl of Troop 1035 said. "She was one of my big recruiters. She brought five girls into the troop."
The cause of death was pending additional toxicology and other tests that could take up to 90 days, according the Medical Examiner's website.
The funeral for Keller has been set for Tuesday evening. Her family has requested for guests to avoid wearing black and instead wear bright colors.