Victim's fiance speaks out on toddler injured in accident; 'He's a survivor'

By: Janet Kim Email
By: Janet Kim Email

A Central Kentucky school calls in grief counselors to help students deal with the loss of a preschooler.

4 year old Dylan Crumpton and his mother 27 year old Chastity Hanks died Wednesday when there car crashed on highway 78, southwest of Stanford.

The principal tells 27 NEWSFIRST Dylan had just been dropped off by the bus before the crash.

Dylan was in pre-school at Hustonville Elementary. The principal says the school will send letters to parents this week about the accident.

Meanwhile, his brother, 3 year old Cameron Crumpton remains in critical condition at UK hospital, where he was flown after the crash.

He underwent surgery Thursday evening.

We're told his family, including his biological father, has come in from Florida.
A mother and her young son are dead following an afternoon car crash.

It happened on Highway 78 just southwest of Stanford Wednesday afternoon.

The victims have been identified as 27-year-old Chastity Hanks and 4-year-old Dylan Crumpton.

A second child in the car, 3-year-old Cameron Crumpton, was flown to UK hospital where he is in critical condition.

An SUV was also involved in the crash.

The driver of that vehicle was taken to a local hospital with non-life threatening injuries.

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