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Breanna Mitchell Benefit
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Local Tattoo Artist (Joseph Anz) is trying to raise money to ease the financial burden of the loss of his sister Breanna Mitchell for his mother and family.
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Four people killed in a crash late Saturday ...
Local Tattoo Artist (Joseph Anz) is trying to raise money to ease the financial burden of the loss of his sister Breanna Mitchell for his mother and family.
Here is the Story and Links of News stories…
Four people killed in a crash late Saturday night trying to help a stranded driver (Breanna Mitchell) in Burleson. Police said a red pickup truck crashed into a white pickup truck and an SUV that had broken down late Saturday near Spinks Airport. The Tarrant County Sheriff's Office said there were a total of 16 people, in four vehicles involved. Breanna had just gotten a job as a chef and was on her way home from work when her tire blew in the 1500 block of Burleson Reatta Road. Three Good Samaritans who came out of their home late Saturday night to help a white SUV driven by Breanna Mitchell, Shelby Boyles, 21, and her mother Hollie Boyles, 42, Bryan Jennings, 43, a youth pastor who drove a white pickup truck stopped to help Breanna Mitchell.
As all four stood near the stranded car, the red truck carrying eight teenagers, ages 15 to 19, slammed into both vehicles. The four people standing near the stranded SUV died.
Breanna Mother was on the phone with Breanna when the red truck slammed into her daughter and the others.
The red pickup also hit a white Volkswagen, which was coming in the opposite direction. The teenage driver and passenger were injured.
There were two younger children in Jennings' white pickup, but they were not hurt.
One person from the red pickup truck is in critical condition at Harris Methodist Hospital in Fort Worth.
The in an accident that left four dead had a blood-alcohol level three times the legal limit at the time of the crash, He was driving a pickup truck between 68-to-70 miles per hour with seven teen passengers when he hit a SUV with a flat tire on June 15.
"The driver of the Ford pickup [...] came back with a blood alcohol content of 0.24, three times the legal limit in Texas," Anderson said.
The legal limit for those 21 and older is 0.08. The speed limit where the accident occurred is 40 miles per hour.
24-year-old Breanna Mitchell were killed in the crash. Also Youth pastor Brian Jennings, mother and daughter Hollie and Shelby Boyles was killed in the crash.
Jennings had stopped his car to help Mitchell with the flat tire, and the mother and daughter had come out of their home to help.
Anderson said the fatal accident was one of the most difficult his department has ever had to investigate. He said it was "shocking" no one else lost their lives. The driver that cause the crash had eight people in the pickup truck," Anderson said. "None of them were wearing seatbelts, and two of them were in the bed of the pickup. The truck completely flipped over."
According to the sheriff, the teens in the pickup were seen on surveillance tape stealing two cases of beer from a Burleson Walmart an hour before the wreck, and police believe the driver had been drinking before that.
We learned the driver had two prior alcohol violations in February for possessing and consuming alcohol. He pleaded no contest in both of those cases.


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The Cut~N~Shoot crew is going to join forces with our friends the Rock Starz to help our family at Ship Shape Tattoo, we will be holding a Benefit Saturday August 17, for the beautiful fallen angel Breanna Mitchell who's life was taken too soon in a tragic accident on June 16th of 2013, She was the beloved sister of Joseph Anz our favorite tattoo artist. Please let us all come together and help the family in their time of need.
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