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SAN JACINTO: Services set for teen victim in Murrieta crash

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SAN JACINTO: Services set for teen victim in Murrieta crash

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Mourners, from left, Jakob Ward, 18, and Shawnie Doukas, 50, talk as Ariya Tumbleson and Lizzeth Rodriguez comforts each other at a makeshift memorial sit for Tate Herman, 18, Anthony Aleman, 16, and Kile Kennedy III, 13, off Winchester Road in Murrieta, on Tuesday, Jan.19. The three Hemet teenagers were killed early Saturday in a rollover crash.

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GoFundMe pages have been set up for each of the victims. They can be found here:

Services have been announced for one of the three Hemet teens who was killed last weekend in a car crash in Murrieta.

Funeral services for Tate Christian Herman, 18, are set for 10 a.m. at San Jacinto Assembly of God Church, 300 W 1st St, in San Jacinto.

In lieu of flowers, the family has requested snacks to share at the reception immediately following the service.

Herman, 18, Anthony Aleman, 16, and Kile Kennedy III, whose 13th birthday was this weekend, were killed� about 1:50 a.m. Saturday when the silver Lexus IS300 they were traveling in veered off Winchester Road, crashed through a guard rail and went into a dirt field north of a Stater Bros. on Benton Road, police said.

“He was an extremely talented artist,” his aunt, Lacey Hunter, has said. “He had such an eye for detail and saw things in such an artistic way, and he could put it down on paper like no other kid his age.”

No services have been announced for Anthony or Kennedy.

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