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Addie and Baylor Kirchgessner were on vacation in Florida with their parents from Kentucky
we are praying so hard for our good friend & colleague @bmpeak and her family, dealing with the most unthinkable tragedy.
sweet, loving 4yo & 6yo Addie and Baylor lost their lives on Friday in a tragic accident.
if you’d like to help & keep updated: https://t.co/vzLEt7RDlA
— Homa Bash (@HomaBashWEWS) December 6, 2020
Two younger Kentucky siblings are mentally remembered who were beaten up
Two younger Kentucky siblings are mentally remembered who were beaten up and died after a truck pulled up at a mini golf course in Florida and they played with their parents on Friday, while police continues to investigate what happened. .
“Energetic, fun and great personalities, these tiny people have touched the lives of so many people,” Beth Peak wrote in a GoFundMe appeal to help the family mourn the “perfect little life of Addie and Baylor Kirchgessner.” .
The children, aged 6 and 4, who lived in Louisville were on vacation with their parents in Panama City Beach when a Chevrolet Silverado crashed into them at Coconut Creek Golf and Maze in 2007.
The boy died at the scene. Her sister died after being taken to a nearby hospital.
Panama City Beach Police said the investigation into the incident is ongoing. No charges have been laid.
GoFundMe’s $ 120,000 goal had almost hit that threshold within 24 hours, with the promise that the donations would “help cover travel expenses, funeral expenses, medical bills and anything that might arise during this terrible time. . “.
“A MealTrain will be set up when Lauren and Matt return from Florida,” Peak wrote. “We will post these details on social media as soon as they are ready.”
“This is a tragic event, and our hearts and prayers are with the families,” Debbie Ward, a spokesperson for Panama City Beach, said in a WLWT 5 statement.
The Coconut Creek Golf and Maze closed its operations on Saturday after the crash and shared a bible verse about grief on Facebook. “Happy are those who mourn, for they will be comforted. Matthew 5: 4, ”the magazine wrote.