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Published: Tuesday, Aug. 6 2013 5:00 a.m. MDT

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BruinUtah
Saratoga Springs, UT

I guess anybody can write for the paper. I realize the story is about the older sister, but what about the other sisters? How are they doing? Will they be living with the older sister now in St. George? The tragedy affected the whole family not just one child. Another DesNews story missing the beat.

Good luck to all these girls and I hope they are strengthened by this, I am sure it is tough to be so young to not have Mom and Dad to bounce things off of as they grow in life. Sounds like one sister is progressing, but I wonder about the other two as they are the younger ones.

george of the jungle
goshen, UT

I don't like to be sad. It hurts really bad. I don't know what hurts worse, my heart or the lump in my throat when I loved someone so much and I lost them. Becoming an orphan happens if you live longer than your mom and dad, We just assume they'll always be there. To lose a child is a hard one to go through, all the hopes and dreams you have to let go of. The heart brakes seem to heal with time even tho you know how you feel

Dante
Salt Lake City, UT

To BruinUtah,
This is a mere news article; it's a snapshot, not a feature film. If you want multiple other angles, undertake your own research and submit your own story. "Anybody can write for the paper."

To all others, I must say I'm impressed by the depth of understanding of this young woman, who has gained insight far beyond her years.

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