Hundreds of people attend vigil for slain rookie Davis Officer Natalie Corona

DAVIS, Calif. (KGO) -- Hundreds of people gathered in Central Park Saturday night to honor rookie Davis Police Officer Natalie Corona.

The 22-year-old was murdered Thursday in an ambush attack, according to police.

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Tonight, people signed poster boards and cards to give to Officer Corona's family and Davis PD at a vigil organized by community members.

Several people took the stage and shared their memories, including Officer Corona's former basketball coach.

"Not enough nice things could be said about her," he told the crowd.

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Officer Corona has been called a "rising star," among other compliments by her colleagues.

ABC7 News was at the vigil this evening:

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