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4 kids among 6 killed in wrong-way crash in Kentucky

Don Stowe and his wife were driving on I-75 heading south when they noticed something was wrong. Furious Tesla owners share videos of their cars failing to work in harsh winter snowstorm as… Please help no matter how little it will help during this time’, the page reads.

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The victims were named as 42-year-old Issam Abbas, his 38-year-old wife Rima, their 14-year-old son, Ali, and two daughters, 13-year-old Isabella and seven-year-old Giselle. Another eyewitness Krista Larmore said she and her family had narrowly avoided being hit by the wrong way driver. All six people involved in the crash on Saturday were killed. Father Jim Sichko, a priest with the Archdiocese of Lexington and a missionary of mercy commissioned by Pope Francis, has offered to pay for the funeral expenses of the Greene family, according to LEX18. Also in the white car two-year-old Jack Greene, five-year-old Brayden Boxwell, and 11-year-old Santanna Greene, along with 30-year-old Catherine Greene of Owenton, were all taken to UK Medical Center.

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Image via social media.lincoln tech mahwah Madison County woman id as wrong way driver in I-75 Kentucky crash that left 6 dead including Catherine Greene of Owenton & her four children. Five people from the same family including four children were killed in a head-on crash on a Kentucky Interstate caused by a driver heading the wrong way. A southbound car being driven in the northbound lanes struck the family’s car Saturday in Lexington. Four of the victims were children, Lexington police said in a statement. Lexington police say a southbound car heading northbound struck the other car Saturday.

According to the Lexington Fire Department, a car was driving the wrong way on I-75 northbound at high speeds. He was at the scene of the accident, pulling over to take a moment to pray for everyone involved. Now, he’s offering to pay for the children’s funeral expenses.