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Vail parents concerned for children one week after Jayden Glomb's death

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Vail parents say they’re worried about the safety of their children after a 13-year-old girl's body was found a week ago.

Information on how she died hasn’t been released, and that has parents on edge.

"I let my kid walk to school and now I kind of feel like, should I still let him do that,” asked Amanda Jesson.

"I just want to keep my boys close and don't let them go out because you don't know what's going on until you know, you hear anything about what had happened to Jayden,” said Jennifer Wares.

There are still many questions surrounding Glomb’s death.

An autopsy has been performed, although the results have not yet been made public.

"You wonder, was it something that happened to her? Was it her friends? Because you don't know what teenagers are involved in these days,” Jesson said.

"It could be anybody. It could have been us, a friend, you never know,” Wares said.

Some parents are unsure whether they should talk with their children about what happened, saying they don’t want to scare them.

Others, such as Graciela Maldonado, believe regular communication is vital.

 "He's 17 and I tell him 'Never walk alone.' When you don't have a ride from school, you call me,” Maldonado said.

The Vail community is keeping close during this tragic time, grieving as one.

"My thoughts go with her parents and I've been praying for them because I can feel their pain,” Maldonado said.

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