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Dakota's death leaves Culkins heartbroken

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Dakota's death leaves Culkins heartbroken
Actor Macaulay Culkin poses with his new book "Junior" during a book signing on March 13, 2006 in New York City. Culkin, who was the highest-paid child star ever, wrote a story based on his dysfunctional family upbringing. (UPI Photo/Monika Graff) | License Photo

LOS ANGELES, Dec. 16 (UPI) -- U.S. actor-brothers Macaulay, Keiran and Rory Culkin have taken a break from working to mourn the death of their sister Dakota, their manager says.

Dakota Culkin, 29, died shortly after she was hit by a car in Los Angeles last week. Police say the collision was an accident and no crimes were committed.

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Dakota was one of seven Culkin siblings.

"They're heartbroken. That I can tell you. They're just absolutely heartbroken," the actors' manager Emily Gerson Saines told People magazine.

Saines added that the brothers were all working on various projects when they heard the sad news and have since taken time off to grieve.

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