MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) — A Minnesota community used light last night to honor a little girl who died unexpectedly.

Thousands of luminaries lined the streets in Edina in memory of Sophia Baechler.

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They stretched from the 50th and France area all the way to Our Lady Of Grace Catholic Church, where a visitation was held for the second grader last night.

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She died from apparent carbon monoxide poisoning while boating on Lake Minnetonka on Sunday.

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The Center for Disease Control says there have been 180 carbon monoxide-related boating deaths in the U.S. since 2000.