BOWLING GREEN, Ohio - It will be a somber evening at Bowling Green State University where students will gather to remember the three sorority sisters killed in a wrong-way crash near the northwest Ohio campus.
The school will hold a service and candlelight Friday night called "A Celebration of Sisterhood."
The three sorority members died two weeks ago when a wrong-way driver slammed head-on into their car as they were leaving for a spring break trip. The wrong-way driver also died, and two more sorority members were seriously hurt.
The two who were injured were released from the hospital this week.
The school has been inviting people to write messages on memory boards set up in the student union that will be displayed at the service.
Copyright 2012 The Associated Press. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed.
Local News Headlines
John Matarese reports on the cars mechanics hate the most, because they rarely break down.
More job cuts are expected at The Plain Dealer, Cleveland’s largest daily newspaper. The lay-offs are described as part of a “re-design” of operations.