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Dance studio support for two Vermont girls

TO INJURE. THE CRASH IS STILL UNDER INVESTIGATION. AND A VERMONT COMMUNITY HONORED TWO SISTERS… KILLED IN AN ACCIDENT IN NEW HAMPSHIRE ON SUNDAY. KELSEY, 7, MAY COUTURE AND HER SISTER KYRIANA (KERRY-ANNA) MARIE, 10, DIED IN THE CRASH ON I-93. during their weekend. THEIR FATHER was driving the vehicle. He was taken to hospital. WITH MINOR INJURIES, NBC5’S KRYSTIN RAE SPOKEN WITH MORE FAMILY TODAY. SHE JOINS US IN THE NEWSROOM. WITH THE WAY THEY HOPE YOUNG GIRLS WILL BE REMEMBERED. KRISTIN. KERIANNA’S MOM TELLS ME THAT THE TWO YOUNG SISTERS WERE INSEPEBLRAE. THEY ENJOYED HITTING THE DANCE FLOOR AND PLAYING WITH THEIR BROTHER JACOBI ((Pkg)) JACOBIE COUTURE (NAT POP)…… REMEMBERING A SUMMER FULL OF FUN… “THIS IS ONE OF HER ST ST FRIENDS SHE WILL DANCE WITH. SHE ALSO LIVE NEARBY.”. THE 8-YEAR-OLD SHARED A LOT OF MEMORIES WITH KYRIANA AND KELSEY…WITH DAD JORDAN AND……MOM. THE BLENDED FAMILY….STILL MAKG IN MOST OF THEIR TIME TOGETHER. SUNDAY NIGHT…BROUGHT A NEW SENSE OF REALITY. AN ACCIDENT… FOREVER CHANGING THEIR LIVES. WHILE THE TRIBUTE TO THE TWO GIRLS DO NOT STOP. JACOBIE LLWI ALWAYS HAS A WAY TO KEEP THE MEMORY OF HIS SISTERS ALIVE. .AND WILL ALWAYS BE KP EETHE MEMORIES – RIGHT NEXT TO HIM MILTON’S SCHOOL DISTRICT – WHERE THE TWO GIRLS WERE SCHEDULED TODAY TO HOST EVENTS LATER IN THE YEAR TO COMMEMORATE

‘I hope she’s there in spirit’: Vermont dance studio mourns girls killed in accident

Up North Dance Studio dedicates its winter show to Kyriana and Kelsey Couture

Eight-year-old Jacobi Couture recalls happy times with her two sisters, Kyriana and Kelsey Couture. “I want people to know that they’re really awesome, great siblings and really good at dancing,” he said. With his father and the girls’ mothers, he shared that the family always made the most of their time together. Sunday night brought them a new sense of reality, when the two girls were killed in a car crash on Interstate 93. The news sent shockwaves through communities across the state. This includes a group of dancers preparing for their big winter recital, grappling with the loss of a partner and a friend. “I keep everything as it is. Kelsey had partners for a lot of her dances so I just want to keep that space there, hopefully she’s there in spirit,” said Jessica Ashton, owner of Up North Dance Studio where the two sisters took classes. “Some of the little girls that’s where they struggle. They say, ‘you know that’s my partner’, and I say no, she will be. Just in a different way.”Previous Updates “I considered canceling the show,” Ashton continued. “I’m just trying to think about what everyone needs right now and I think that the girls would like us to continue the show. So all the dancers will be wearing a pink and purple ribbon in honor of Kelsey and Kyriana and the audience as well. “As the tributes to both girls continue to pour in, Jacobi will always have a way to keep his sisters’ memory alive and will always keep the memories by his side. The Milton School District, where the girls attended, is planning ways commemorate their lives throughout the school year.

Eight-year-old Jacobi Couture recalls happy times with her two sisters, Kyriana and Kelsey Couture.

“I want people to know that they’re really awesome, awesome siblings and really good at dancing,” he said.

With his father and the girls’ mothers, he shared that the family always makes the most of their time together. Sunday night brought them a new sense of reality, when both girls were killed in a car accident on Interstate 93.

The news sent shockwaves through communities across the state. This includes a group of dancers preparing for their big winter recital, grappling with the loss of a partner and a friend.

“I keep everything as it is. Kelsey had partners for a lot of her dances so I just want to keep that space there, hopefully she’s there in spirit,” said Jessica Ashton, owner of Up North Dance Studio where the two sisters took classes. “Some of the little girls that’s where they struggle. They say, ‘you know that’s my partner’, and I say no, she will be. Just in a different way.”

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“I considered canceling the show,” Ashton continued. “I’m just trying to think of what everyone needs right now and I think the girls would like us to continue with the show. So all the dancers will be wearing a pink and purple ribbon in honor of Kelsey and Kyriana and the public too.

As the tributes to both girls continue to pour in, Jacobi will always have a way to keep his sisters’ memory alive and will always keep the memories by his side.

The Milton School District, where the girls attended, is planning ways to commemorate their lives throughout the school year.