Family Laid To Rest On Tuesday

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Updated: 7/08 5:58 pm
Friends and loved ones gathered in Nicholasville on Tuesday as a family killed in a car accident was laid to rest.

Steven Hibbard and his wife Shaila along with four children four-year-old Alyssa, three-year-old Kylee and seven-year-old Tanner Phillips were all remembered at their funeral.

Their grandmother Alice Tanker said the family was tight knit and did everything as one. She also said, “They were Mamaw's babies...They lived together, they loved together, and they died together."

Nicholasville police said they’re still trying to determine why the Hibbard’s car crossed the median on US 27 and slammed head-on into a van, resulting in a fiery crash on June 26th. In all, six people died.

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