Kelsey Richardson, left, and her older sister Karli Richardson, photographed during a family trip to the beach in June 2016. “Aren’t they beautiful?” Cathy Hocking said, as she stared at the photo less than a week after her daughters were killed by a wrong-way driver in Arizona. “I would do anything in the world for them.”
Kelsey Richardson, left, and her older sister Karli Richardson, photographed during a family trip to the beach in June 2016. “Aren’t they beautiful?” Cathy Hocking said, as she stared at the photo less than a week after her daughters were killed by a wrong-way driver in Arizona. “I would do anything in the world for them.” Courtesy of Cathy Hocking
Kelsey Richardson, left, and her older sister Karli Richardson, photographed during a family trip to the beach in June 2016. “Aren’t they beautiful?” Cathy Hocking said, as she stared at the photo less than a week after her daughters were killed by a wrong-way driver in Arizona. “I would do anything in the world for them.” Courtesy of Cathy Hocking

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