Grief counselors will be available for family and friends of a teenager who was one of three young woman killed in a crash in Bethel Park.
Heather Camisa, 17, was a student at Ringgold High School. Paige Smith and Bianca Herwig also died when the SUV they were in crashed into a telephone pole and became entangled in fallen power lines. Brooke Molner survived.
According to a letter from the Ringgold School District, counselors will be available on Wednesday from 1 p.m. to 3 p.m. and Thursday from 9 a.m. to 12 p.m at Ringgold Middle School on Route 88 in Finleyville.
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The district also offered its condolences to the Camisa family saying, "Our thoughts, prayers and support are with them."
Investigators said the SUV was traveling at a high rate of speed at the time of the crash, and evidence indicates that alcohol might have been involved.
Paige Smith's funeral will be held at Dave Henney Funeral Home in South Park In lieu of flowers, donations and monetary gifts can be made payable through PNC Bank to Adriana Redhawk, who is Paige's daughter. All funds will be used to help better Adriana's life and provide necessities for her.
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