The Tribune Democrat, Johnstown, PA

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September 2, 2013

Memorial service held for six killed in Route 219 crash

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Arrangements for the four occupants of Beimel's vehicle were being handled by Lynch-Green Funeral Home Inc. in St. Marys, the coroner said. A message left for Lynch-Green was not immediately returned.

Police said both vehicles were severely damaged, and U.S. Route 219 was closed in both directions for more than six hours.

More than 300 people attended a memorial service Sunday night for Jarrett and Olivia at the Kane Area Middle School football field, The Bradford Era reported. Olivia was a cheerleader for the Kane Tornadoes youth football team, and many students wearing football jerseys and cheerleader outfits from the Kane Tornadoes and the Kane Wolves football team attended the service.

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