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Two Sulphur Springs Sisters Killed, Children Injured On Way Home From Wildcat Game

Sandy Reed and her sister Keesha Gibbs of Sulphur Springs were killed Friday night in a head-on collision on Hwy 19 between Grand Saline and Canton. They were traveling home from the Sulphur Springs Wildcat football game against the Forney Jackrabbits. Two children in the car, Gibbs’ daughter Kaycee Ivey, and Reed’s son Jacob were severely injured and flown to Children’s Hospital in Dallas. Gibbs’s older son, Kholson Ivey, plays on the Sulphur Springs football team. He was reportedly on the bus ahead of Gibbs and Reed’s vehicle when the crash happened. Reed’s son Micah had died of cancer in 2015. Sulphur Springs ISD students are asked to wear Blue and Gold today in support of the families. A large benefit is being planned for November 2 at a site to be determined. A Go-Fund-Me page has also been set up.