The father of 14-year-old Parkland shooting victim, Jaime Guttenberg, spoke at the vigil for Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School Thursday night.
"I sent her to school yesterday. She was supposed to be safe," Fred Guttenberg said to the crowd. "What is unfathomable is Jaime took a bullet and is dead...I don't know what I do next," he continued, "We are broken. But I can tell you, don't tell me there's no such thing as gun violence."
Jaime was one of the 17 killed when a former student opened fire at the high school Wednesday afternoon. Friends described her as "charismatic and lovely," according to CBSnews.com.
You can see more of Thursday's candlelight vigil below.