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Candlelight Vigil Planned for Teenagers Critically Hurt and Killed in Sunday Crash

Abilene teenager Breanna Camacho is fighting for her life but not fighting alone.
The fatal accident over the weekend left five teenagers in critical condition and killed another.

Abilene teenager Breanna Camacho is fighting for her life but not fighting alone.

Her softball teammates and coaches are praying for her and will gather Monday on the softball field that Camacho played on.

Her coaches said the team is more like a family.

"She is a hard ball player. She has a lot of heart for softball. She loved the game," said one of Camacho's coach, Steve Galvan.

Camacho plays first base but had an eye on the pitchers mound and her coach gave her a chance at her last game.

Another of Camacho's coaches Candis Mora said, "I asked her if she wanted to pitch in that game, our pitcher was out."

Just like she carried her team to victory on that day, her team is now carrying her in their thoughts and prayers.

"We've all seen the power of prayer and we want to see it again.

They hope to unit in prayer at the place  Breanna loved so much.

Friends and other parents all said everyone loves her and she's part of their family.

They hope one day she will again be able to step out on the field with the team she was so close to.

The candlelight vigil will be held at Abilene North Softball Field on Ambler at 8:30 Monday evening.

Camacho's softball league is hosting the vigil for prayers for her and the other victims of Sunday's crash.
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