Skid marks lead toward the crash site on Prospect Road. Three people died and two others were seriously injured in the single vehicle accident late Saturday night.
Cindy Huffman who knew two of the vicitims in Saturday night's crash, weeps as she kneels at the memorial honoring the three victims Monday afternoon.
Friends Kari Six, left, and Samantha Knox console each other as they visit the crash site Monday.
Marks on a tree on the steep hill below Prospect road show where part of the car involved in Saturday's accident hit as it broke apart.
Todd Burnett hangs a hat at the memorial site in honor of Tyler Anderson Monday morning.
Kind words and memories left by friends who had stopped by to pay their respects at the makeshift memorial along Mill Green Road Monday morning.
Todd Burnett looks over some of the debris from the vehicle Monday morning at the crash site where three people died and two others were seriously injured Saturday night.
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