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Funeral home to provide free services for 3 weekend crash victims; students hold vigil for ‘smiling, respectful teen’

By Andrew Abramson and Allison Ross - Palm Beach Post Staff Writers

Already dealing with the emotional burden of having to bury their young loved ones, the families of three of the five victims of Saturday’s car crash in Riviera Beach won’t have a financial burden on top if it.

The Timothy E. Kitchens Funeral Home on 2703 Broadway in Riviera Beach announced on Tuesday that it will provide free funeral services for 14-year-old Makita Campbell, and 22-year-olds Jason A. Mahlung and Orane Cummings.

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