LCU to host Monday prayer vigil for bus crash victims - KCBD NewsChannel 11 Lubbock

LCU to host Monday prayer vigil for bus crash victims

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Anabel Reid, image from Abilene Christian University Anabel Reid, image from Abilene Christian University
LUBBOCK, TX (KCBD) -

Lubbock Christian University students faculty and staff with gather Monday morning to pray for those involved in a deadly bus crash Friday afternoon. 

The crash killed Abilene Christian University student Anabel Reid, 19, from Petersburg.  ACU students were headed on a weekend mission trip to Medina Children's Home southwest of Kerrville.  The driver of the bus lost control near Ballinger. 

LCU Chancellor, Dr. Ken Jones, says "Our hearts are heavy for members of the ACU Community"

Jones also says, "Several LCU campus groups have meet at various times over the weekend to pray for those affected."

Lubbock Christian will hold a gathering Monday, 11:00 A.M., in McDonald Moody Auditorium to pray for Reid's family and other young people who were injured in the crash.

LCU says anyone is welcome to attend the prayer service.

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