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Funeral Arrengments Set For Student

A teenager, seriously hurt in a violent crash, continues to fight for his life at a Lexington hospital.

17-year-old Nicolas Petit-Frere was driving Monday night on Russell Cave Road when he lost control. Hit a rock fence and a tree.

The crash killed 15-year-old Nathaniel Lee Stuckey. 16-year-old Jasmine Marks and 17-year-old Kierra Fulz were injured in the crash as well.

All four teenagers were students at Bryan Station High School in Lexington. Grief counselors were called to the school on Tuesday to help students cope with the tragic news.

As of Wednesday afternoon, Petit-Frere was still listed in critical condition. Marks was in serious and Fluz was in fair condition.

Visitation for Stuckey will be Saturday from 11:00 to 1:00 at the Temple of Prayer Church on Parkside Drive in Lexington. His funeral will follow the visitation at one at the church.


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