St. Louis, Missouri 2021-11-16 23:05:00 –
Chesterfield, Missouri (KMOV.com)-Approximately 1,200 friends, family, classmates, first responders, and community members to help a family of three teenage teens in West County who died in an accident on Tuesday. Came out.
Geira Sajiben describes her youngest daughter, Reagan, as a beautiful and shy teen who has lived a lot of life before her.
All of them gathered outside Marquette High School, where family and friends talked about each of the teens and thanked the continued support of hundreds of people there.
Around 4 am on Sunday, five teens wound around Kiefer Creek Road and hit a tree. Three out of five teens have died, and two are still in serious condition. On Tuesday, the community mourned and celebrated Jake Keifer, Cole Anello, and Rhegan Sajben.
“They were kind, compassionate and entertaining,” said Sydney Wright.
Wright was friends with all three teens. She said it was very difficult for her and her other friends to deal with the tremendous loss. Wright said vigilance is a great way to honor them.
“I can’t believe I see so many people in one place,” Will Bratton said when talking to hundreds of people at Marquette High School on Tuesday night.
Friends hugged the candles, set them on fire, and supported Jake Kafer, Cole Anello, and Reagan Saiben.
“I wanted to quickly repeat how important it is to tell people near you how much you love them,” Bratton said.
That love was felt by each and every one at Marquette High on Tuesday night.
“Everyone who gathered in the community was a good thing that came from this tragedy and the community gathering. People from different groups of friends are gathering and sending text messages to each other,” Wright said. Told.
“Hallelujah” was played at the end of the alert while hundreds of candles and flashlights shook in the air.
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