Jonaya Doggett, left, and Logann Harris, both 2012 graduates of Broken Bow High School, took part in the emotional community gathering at the Broken Bow City Square Saturday morning.
The community of Broken Bow came together Saturday morning at the City Square for a time of remembrance and reflection following a tragic accident Friday afternoon that claimed the lives of two Broken Bow teachers and coaches, and an Ansley man. Coach Zane Harvey, 38, Coach Anthony Blum, 24, and Albert Sherbeck, 70, were killed in the accident on Highway 2 one mile west of Ansley shortly before 4 p.m. Friday.
Broken Bow Public Schools has released an update on the conditions of the students involved in the accident. The boys, all members of the BBHS basketball team, were returning home from a day-long basketball camp in Kearney. Their names and most recently updated status is as follows:
Hunter Campbell was flown from the Broken Bow hospital to Kearney for treatment and released early this morning (Saturday) after being treated for cuts and bruises and being checked for a possible neck injury.
Marcus Miller has been treated and released from the hospital in Kearney.
Lane Albus was treated and released from the Broken Bow hospital yesterday following the accident.
Grayson Minnick was treated and released from the Broken Bow hospital yesterday following the accident.
Austin Reynolds remains in the hospital in Kearney with a broken femur and broken elbow.
Scott Gates has received treatment for fractures and remains in the hospital.
Taylor O'Brien has been treated and released from the hospital.
Chad Christensen remains in ICU in critical condition.
We will keep you updated as more information becomes available.