Worker Ben Barwick said the shop did not want to take a political stance."We are painting the side of our building, not on the sign, and basically turning that into a bit of humour," he said.He would not comment on the reasons but said "we're obviously disappointed that that's happened".Mr Sidhu confirmed the sign would not be going back up at that site.Their identities were not yet released by officials, but family members identified them as Vanessa and Manny Paniagua.Family members said the father and daughter were returning home from dinner.The crash happened less than a mile away from their home."It's never easy losing a family member.When it comes to two people it's even worse," Martha Castro, sister and aunt to the victims said.
Employees at Wiseguise Pizza, in the suburb of Mowbray, started painting the brick wall adjacent to the "It's OK to say no" sign, adding the words "to pineapple on pizza".The impact sheared the Camaro in half and left the car in pieces.The 54-year-old man and the 17-year-old girl inside were pronounced dead at the scene.The 2014 Chevy Camaro was seen split in two at the intersection.Sheriff's officials said the bright yellow car was traveling at a high rate of speed on southbound 25th Street East when it lost control and hit a traffic signal.Whether you needed help or advice, (he was) always there," Giovanni Paniagua, son and brother to the victims said."My sister just (had) the biggest heart."Witnesses said the car appeared to be involved in a street race when the crash occurred, but authorities had not confirmed the account of the witnesses.Palmdale sheriff's officials responded to the scene of the single-vehicle collision on 25th Street East and Joshua Hills Drive shortly before p.m.Sunday, according to the Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department.The readjustment of the sign's sentiment comes a day after the owner of The Winston bar in Hobart posted on Facebook a clarification for patrons that her establishment was supportive of same-sex marriage.An electronic billboard on the roof of the building housing The Winston features an "It's OK to say no" message.