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Hundreds Mourn Warren County Students Killed In Crash

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by Todd Walker

McMINNVILLE, Tenn - People from across Warren County gathered to remember four Warren County High School seniors killed in a car crash last weekend.

A candlelight vigil organized by students Tuesday was attended by hundreds.

Classmates, parents, teachers and grandparents comforted each other and recalled the good times.

"We spent every moment we could with them," said classmate Jake Grissom. "In the mornings we'd meet up, after class at the lockers, and after school we'd meet up."

"We'd be there for each other and love each other," said Blake Moore.

Kaimen Collins, Christopher Frazier, Dominique Pinegar and Shanna Seiderer were all seniors at Warren County High. They were killed in a crash over the weekend.

Investigators said they believe the car they were riding in was going more than 100 miles per hour.

Funeral services for Kaimen Collins will be held Wednesday at High Funeral Home in McMinnville.

Christopher Frazier and Dominique Pinegar will be laid to rest on Saturday.


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