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Candlelight vigil honors crash victims

Lori Morris (Source: Facebook) Lori Morris (Source: Facebook)

MIAMI TOWNSHIP, OH (FOX19) - Community members gathered Monday night at Milford High School to remember two women killed in a crash and pray for another woman and three children who were injured.

Police say Julie Belliston-Anuszkiewicz, 25, was going southbound on northbound I-275 Saturday morning when she hit a minivan driven by Lori Morris, 41.

Morris was pronounced dead at the scene. Her passenger, Cindy Blair, as well as Blair's daughter, 14, and Morris' two daughters, ages 10 and 14, were all taken to area hospitals and are expected to recover.

Morris was a mother of four and the founder of the PTO in Milford. She was headed to a cheerleading competition in Columbus at the time of the crash.

Grief counselors were at the high school and elementary school in Milford, helping students deal with the tragedy.

Ohio State Highway Patrol says they still don't know why Anuszkiewicz was driving the wrong way.


 

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