Parents, thousands of strangers fulfill woman’s bucket list

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A California family came across something amazing after their beloved daughter was killed by a drunk driver last September.

According to CBS News, Kristina Chesterman’s parents were cleaning out her apartment, when they opened up her makeup bag and found a bucket list created by the 21-year-old.

Among the things Kristina wanted to do: Go to Niagara Falls; the aspiring nurse also wrote that she wanted to save someone’s life, which she did by donating her organs. (See Kristina’s entire bucket list below.)

Kristina’s parents have been fulfilling their daughter’s bucket list and they told CBS News that strangers all over the country have done the same and posted their amazing stories on the ‘Remembering Kristina Chesterman’ Facebook page.

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