Brice and Brianna Taylor were killed in separate accidents just weeks apart.
Bess Outland (Source: WAVE 3 News)
Michele Chaffins (Source: WAVE 3 News)
Sherry McAdams (Source: WAVE 3 News)
ELIZABETHTOWN, KY (WAVE) – The people of Hardin County continue to come together to offer support for two families after two accidents in Hardin County took the lives of siblings Brice and Brianna Taylor and seriously injured Mickayla Harig.
Inside A Sweet Retreat Bakery in Radcliff cupcakes weren't staying on the shelves very long.
Owner Bess Outland has been in business only eight weeks, but she wanted to do something.
Just a small way to lend a hand at time that never could have been imagined.
"This tragedy has impacted our whole community and we just want to do whatever we can to give back to them and show them that we love them. We want to support them as much as we can," said McAdams.
IA Studios is a tattoo parlor that created a series of tattoos that represented an aspect of Mickayla Harig's life. In one week 24 people have gotten one and they've raised $1,000 for her medical expenses.