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10 Year Old Killed In Car vs. Semi Accident Near Ritzville

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10-Year-Old Gracie Snider was killed in a crash on I-90 near Ritzville when the car she was in slammed into the back of a semi truck. 10-Year-Old Gracie Snider was killed in a crash on I-90 near Ritzville when the car she was in slammed into the back of a semi truck.
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Ayla and Gracie were friend who played on the same Spokane soccer team. A memorial candlelight vigil is being organized by the team the girls played on, Spokane Foxes Soccer Club, in honor of Gracie in an effort to raise funds to cover the funeral expenses. All are welcome to attend the vigil which will be on May 7th at 7:30pm in Manito Park. Gracie's jersey number was "7."

Anyone who would like to offer help or show support, you are welcome to message the Spokane Foxes Facebook Page here: https://www.facebook.com/SpokaneFoxesFC.
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