SCOTT COUNTY, Ky. (WTVQ) – A man lost the woman he loves when she died in a car crash on I-75.
It’s been over two weeks since three people died in a crash on I-75 and police blame it on a drunk driver.
Two of the three women killed were sisters named Caitlyn Bailey and Taylor Blevins.
Jarrod Miller was Taylor Blevin’s boyfriend for three years.
He says Taylor was the most heart felt and loving person he had ever met.
The night that the sisters died, Miller says they were visiting a friend. Taylor sent Miller a message before they left and he remembers telling her he loved her.
He received a call about the crash and he says he felt lost.
“At that point in time you go blank.You don’t know what’s going on. You’re lost, I’m still lost,” said Jarrod Miller, Taylor’s Boyfriend.
Even after she’s passed, he still reminds her she is loved.
At her grave he leaves her favorite rocking chair. Every time he comes to visit he sits there to be with her.
Miller says if something has to come from this he wants this crash to be a lesson to be smart when you get behind the wheel.
“Don’t put them keys in that ignition and don’t take off. I would not want this on anybody,” said Miller.
Miller says he and Taylor were planning on buying a house together and he was going to propose.
He adds that he wants to get head stones for Taylor and Caitlyn’s graves.