BELLBROOK, Ohio (WDTN) - The community of Bellbrook is showing an outpouring of support for the families of the three Bellbrook teenagers killed in a car crash .
A visitation was held Thursday evening for the youngest victim, 14-year old Julianna Hawk.
As family and friends gathered at a Kettering funeral home, others from her neighborhood paid tribute in other ways.
Children gathered in the Hawk family's driveway Thursday evening leaving behind messages of love, scrawled out in colored chalk.
"We wanted to send a message of love and a gentle reminder that there is beauty still in the world," said Cindy McName, neighbor.
Luminaries lit the streets of Hawk's Eden Meadows neighborhood as soon as the sun went down.
"My heart just aches for the families. It's every parent's worst nightmare."
The community plans to pay the same tribute to the two other teenagers killed in the crash, Skylar Kooken and Sophie Kerrigan.
Their visitation is scheduled for Friday.
A public memorial is planned for Saturday at 2:00 pm at Bellbrook High School.
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