An emotional memorial was held Friday night for a Tucson man who was shot and killed during a road rage incident in Oro Valley.
The vigil ended near First and Oracle after a couple dozen of Josh Switalski's friends honored him all evening long.
For many, the most emotional part of the memorial was hearing Josh's voice for the last time from a voicemail message.
Josh's friends gathered around each other to share stories. At times, they were sobbing over a young life taken too soon.
They lit candles reading "RIP Josh" and listened to some of his favorite country music. His friend's remember him as a good friend who would've helped anyone.
"That's just horrible that anybody could do that to someone over something so stupid," said Shane Lidell.
David Duff said, "I consider Josh one of my angels I guess. Him and his relationship. I looked up to them [Josh & his girlfriend] completely."
A private service for Josh will be held next week. He leaves behind his parents, an older sister and a girlfriend.
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