ATTICA, Ind. (WLFI) - A town will gather Thursday evening to say goodbye to part of a family suddenly lost in a car wreck with a farming combine.
The Fox family, along with a family friend, were traveling down State Road 25 in early November when their mini van collided with a combine that had failed to stop at a stop sign. 62-year-old Daniel Fox, 40-year-old Stacy Fox and 15-year-old Demara Fox of Attica, Ind., were all killed in the crash. The other two Fox daughters and the family friend, 17-year-old Demetria Fox, 13-year-old Dakota Fox and 18-year-old Margaret Carpenter, survived after being sent to local hospitals.
You can find more on the crash in the original story on the wreck.
The Fox family funeral will be held from 5 to 8 p.m. Thursday in the Attica High School Auxiliary Gym. There is also a private gravesite memorial scheduled for Friday.
News 18 is told the two Fox daughters have yet to be released from the hospital. Tune in to News 18 at 11 for more on the funeral.
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