3rd victim of deadly crash on Bluegrass Parkway identified

Published: Jul. 3, 2017 at 1:30 PM EDT|Updated: Jul. 3, 2017 at 3:48 PM EDT
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Rylee Razon (Source: News Enterprise)
Rylee Razon (Source: News Enterprise)
Hugo Guerrero (Source: Steven Beck)
Hugo Guerrero (Source: Steven Beck)
Daniel Guerrero (Source: Steven Beck)
Daniel Guerrero (Source: Steven Beck)

LOUISVILLE, KY (WAVE) - The third victim of a deadly crash on Bluegrass Parkway Saturday night has been identified.

The Nelson County Coroner said Rylee Marie Razon, 16, was from Elizabethtown.

Razon and brothers Hugo Guerrero, 17 and Daniel Guerrero, 22, both of Upton, were killed when their vehicle spun out of control, left the roadway and hit a rock wall Saturday night in Nelson County. Police said Hugo Guerrero was driving.

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Hugo and Rylee were both students at Central Hardin High School. Hardin County Schools Superintendent Teresa Morgan released a statement about the students' passing that reads in part:

"They each had promising and vibrant lives ahead of them.  They had warm and kind hearts and are remembered by teachers and fellow students for their joy and vibrant spirit.   

There are certainly lots of broken hearts as we go through the Independence Day holiday. It is a time meant for family, friends and memorable times. It is incredibly tough to lose one student or one family member at one time. Losing multiple students at once is unspeakable. We encourage Rylee, Hugo and Daniel's friends to confide in one another, seek the listening ear and strong shoulders of family, friends, classmates and any member of the Central Hardin family. Summer break may hinder plans for any formal counseling that would normally take place when tragic events like these happen during the school year; however, we will certainly have staff available to speak to students when classes resume should they need that support.

The Guerrero and Razon families are burdened with pain that many of us will hopefully never have to bear. We ask Hardin County School students, faculty and staff to keep them in your thoughts and prayers. The Bruin family is strong and will come out of this tragedy unbelievably stronger. We all mourn with these families today and the days, weeks and months to come. We ask the members of our community and members of our district family to keep the Guerrero and Razon families in your thoughts and prayers as well."

The cause of the crash is under investigation.

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