Jessamine County

June 29, 2014 8:49 PM

Hundreds attend vigil for, recall memories of young family of 5 that died in Jessamine crash

Loving remembrances often ended in sobs for the many people who attended a vigil Sunday in Nicholasville for the Hibbard family — Steven, 25; Shaila, 26; Kylee Jo, 3; Alyssa, 5; and James Tanner Phillips, 7 — who were killed Thursday night when their station wagon crossed the center line of U.S. 27 and slammed into an oncoming minivan.

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