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

After telling mom they loved her, sisters died in tragic wreck the same way they lived: Together.

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