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It's a heartbreaking story. A mother crushed to death by trailer as her children watched. On Thursday Casey Bramblett's husband and children shared their story with 27 NEWSFIRST.
"She was my everything, she really was, the center of my world," said Rob Bramblett.
Rob and Casey were married for 18 years. The two met while attending Lafayette High School in Lexington. The couple graduated in 1993 and a year later they married and began their new life together.
"I knew from the beginning she was the one and the best gift she ever game me was our three wonderful boys," Bramblett said.
The couples oldest son, R.J. is 14 and attends East Jessamine High School.
"She was the best. It still hasn't set in, but we'll get through it. We have to, we're family," R.J. said.
Hunter Bramblett is the couples middle son, he's 12.
"She would do anything for us, I mean anything," said Hunter.
Now, this family is doing all they can to picture what the future might hold without Casey. It's a world Rob says is hard to imagine but one for which he knows he must prepare.
"I'm scared, I don't know how I'm going to do this alone. But we have her in our memories and we will never forget her amazing spirit and beautiful smile," Rob went on to say.
Funeral arrangements for Casey Bramblett are tentatively set for early next week at the Kerr Brother's Funeral Home on Harrodsburg Road in Lexington. The family has set up a fund in Casey's name at any National City Bank under the Casey Bramblett Memorial Fund.