Mar 31, 2015 3:13 PM
BEDFORD - Questions continue to come up in the aftermath of the double murder-suicide that happened in Bedford.
The staff and students at Bedford Youth Performing Company school are particularly shaken. Elizabeth Obukhov, 6, was a current student there.
"We're getting a lot of questions from parents, 'How do I tell my 4-year-old that her best friend has just died?' It's a very tough time here," said Ann Davison, Director of BYPC.
When asked to comment about the girls' father, Alexey Obukhov, Davison said she would not comment.
"There are just some things I will not ... I want to respect the girls' privacy," Davison said.
She said the school's main focus is to move students and staff forward.
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