The Friday evening vigil for victims of a Wednesday night crash in Strongsville drew hundreds.
You can watch the entire vigil that was captured on Facebook Live below:
Thursday night, ribbons were being placed for the victims of a Strongsville crash from Wednesday night involving six teens, after the accident claimed the life of one young lady and sent three to the hospital.
WKYC Channel 3 has learned the three other teens who were injured were able to go home from the hospital.
Strongsville Police have also released the 911 calls.
The police report reveals crews were on scene four minutes before Kailee Mayher ,16, of Strongsville was pronounced dead.
Mayher is universally described as a young woman with a bright future.
Classmates say “everyone wanted to be her friend.”
The vigil honored and helped the other three victims who required hospitalization, but have now been released.
Ribbons made by a group of local moms to not only commemorate Kailee, but help the families of those injured and still on the road to recovery, are available for purchase by emailing Lyssagwinn13@gmail.com.
A GoFundMe page set up by Tori Weeden says it will “raise money to go towards any expenses or needs her family may have at this difficult time.”.