Two girls still in hospital after deadly crash on Cemetery Rd. in Bowling Green

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BOWLING GREEN, KY. (WBKO) --- A go-fund-me page is continuing to fill with support and donations, after three young sisters were injured in a car accident on Cemetery Road December 28.

One of the girls, five-year-old Jude, passed away after putting up a strong fight for days at Vanderbilt Children's Hospital in Nashville.

Her two sisters, nine-year-old Hannah and seven-year-old Norah remain in the hospital.

Their mother, Katii Bishop, spoke with Nashville reporters Friday about the girls and how she's reached out to a band, Panic! At the Disco, because Hannah was supposed to go to their concert this month, and instead, is now hospitalized.

Bishop told Nashville reporters at that after playing some Panic! At The Disco songs, Hannah responded.

"And she started squeezing hands and her eyes were fluttering, and you could tell, she's still Hannah," Bishop told them.

Bishop has been on social media, asking the band to visit the girls in the hospital. The request has received thousands of retweets on Twitter.

Panic! At The Disco has since responded to the family.

The band sent out a tweet saying, "Thank you for bringing this to our attention. We have reached out to the Bishop family. Please continue to send them positive vibes and support."

Panic! also attached a link to the family's go-fund-me page to encourage others to help with medical bills through donations.

WBKO reached out to the family Sunday. At this time, they said they couldn't comment any on the band and said they're not ready to speak more about the situation, but did encourage us to post information about their go-fund-me page.



 
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