Hundreds attend memorial service for UNC Charlotte student killed after falling out of party bus

Hundreds came together to mourn the loss of 20-year-old Polly Rogers.

"It meant a lot to us as a sisterhood to just celebrate her and remember her in the most positive way possible. She was such a fun loving, sweet soul, who really cared about every single person," Rogers' sorority sister, Alexis Burns said. 

Students at UNC Charlotte held an early evening memorial service on Sunday for one of their own. Rogers died Tuesday night after falling out of a party bus on North Tryon Street.

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The memorial service was led by the victim's sorority, Zeta Tau Alpha, at the Star Quad. Rogers' mother and father attended the ceremony. 

The roughly 30-minute event included sorority chants, prayer and musical performances.

Charlotte-Mecklenburg police continue to investigate the deadly incident. Officers told Fox 46 Charlotte alcohol was found on the party bus, but at this time, it's unclear who was consuming it. Additionally, officers are searching for one of the vehicles they believe struck Rogers after she fell out of the emergency window of the bus. 

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On Monday, at 2 p.m., there will be a service to celebrate Polly's life at St. John's Episcopal Church.