Childhood Victims Of Car Accident Laid To Rest While Parents Remain Hospitalized - KCBD NewsChannel 11 Lubbock

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Childhood Victims Of Car Accident Laid To Rest While Parents Remain Hospitalized

Three children killed in a traffic collision last weekend in Seminole were laid to rest in that city on Thursday.

Ten-year-old Rachel Lindsey, and her siblings, 6-year-old Madelyn and 1-month-old Yates died Saturday when their parent's pickup was hit by another vehicle in downtown Seminole. Police say the driver of the other vehicle, Eloisa Quintanilla, ran a stop sign. She was taken to the hospital, but there's no report on her condition.

The children's parents, Dirk and Tara, were also injured in the accident. They are currently in fair condition at Covenant Medical Center.

A fund has been set up for the family at First United Bank in Seagraves. You can mail a donation to:

PO Box 277
Seagraves, TX. 79359

You can also call the bank at (806) 546-2541.

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