“They looked fine, healthy; just fine,” Dominguez said. “They didn’t seem sick. They looked healthy, running around.”
“She was a happy little girl, always active, always playing around, very nice with everybody, especially with her sisters,” Morales’ uncle Rigo Holguin told CBS4.
One of Morales’ young friends was just trying to make sense of the situation.
“We would just play normal games like hide-and-go-seek, tag,” she said. “You’d normally never see her sad. She’d always be like running around and she’d be happy.”
On Tuesday a memorial to Morales outside of her home had grown since Monday night.
On Tuesday investigators and the coroner said they still don’t have an idea of what killed Morales. It could be flu, but they said it could be something else. The final determination is going to be made by the coroner, but that could take several weeks.