Boston Victim's Uncle Grieves for 'Kindhearted' Niece

Chinese grad student Lingzi Lu's uncle says she worked hard and loved life.
3:00 | 04/18/13

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A Chinese citizen living the American dream. 23 year old grad student rulings he -- was studying math and statistics at Boston University when she decide to -- some friends and head down Boylston street. Where -- to see the finish line of Monday's Boston Marathon. -- in China did not hear about the attacks right away but by early Wednesday morning their worst fears. Were confirmed -- -- was -- of the three killed when the bombs exploded. ABC's Gloria Rivera spoke with her grieving uncle today. -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- She is very exact time and it should eat to Fahrenheit from middle school high school out of college have to her -- to. Graduate school in Boston she worked the way herself she worked every step by himself and worked really hard. And not protested that she had always been the top students in her class. And she loved life she isn't very kind -- -- Texan she loved life she loved the Vijay and she could begin available. On some problems.

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