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Community mourns loss of three teens killed in accident
Family members and friends hold a candlelight vigil on the Square on Saturday night for three Monroe High School students who died as the result of a car crash Friday afternoon. (Times photos: Marissa Weiher)
MONROE - About 400 students, school district staff and community members packed the area around the Green County Courthouse on the Square on Saturday evening as they came together for a candlelight vigil to honor three Monroe High School sophomores who died after a two-vehicle accident on Friday afternoon With their hands cupped around flickering candles to prevent the whipping wind from blowing them out, hundreds sang the first verse of "Amazing Grace." Pastor Randy Booth, of the Monroe United Methodist Church, had a message for those attending. He urged community members to unite and console each other through the losses and grief.

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