Two Detroit brothers are killed on 4th of July tragedy - New York News

Two Detroit brothers are killed on 4th of July tragedy

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DETROIT (WJBK) - Prayers are pouring in for the Morrison family after two young men are killed in automobile crash on the 4th of July.

Kaylen Morrison, 16, and his older brother Keenon Morrison, 25,  were traveling along Jefferson Avenue and Lycaste when the car lost control and hit a light pole.  They were on the way to help run the family business, the House of Morrison Shoe repair. The two died as a result of the crash.

Their mother, Kimberly Morrison is strong.  "I'm most proud of how much love they poured into other people, that was a blessing unto me.  My boys are gracious, kind. My boys are electric, My boys are giving. My boys are special," says Mrs. Morrison.

Kaylen was entering his senior year at Cass Tech.  He was in the band and passionate about Fellowship Chapel, pa stored by Reverend Wendell Anthony, who was getting ready to make Kaylen a worship leader at the church

Keenon was a devoted family man, faithful father to his 4-year-old son and a mentor to many men in the community.

The Morrison family wants to spread this message: Do something with the time you have while you have it.

PLAY THE VIDEO TO GET THE FULL REPORT ON THE MORRISON FAMILY LOSS AND THE EXTRAORDINARY WAY THAT THEY ARE DEALING WITH IT.>>

A GOFundMe web site is set up to raise funds to help care for Keenon Jerrell Morrison Jr. (age 4), the son of  Keenon Jerrell Morrison Sr..  CLICK HERE>>











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