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7 Members of the Same Family Killed in Horror Crash My Heart Hurts Like It Never Hurt Before

7 Members of the Same Family Killed in Horror Crash My Heart Hurts Like It Never Hurt Before

Seven family members were killed in a head-on car crash in eastern Oregon on Monday.

Erika Boquet, 29, her three children and Boquet’s stepmother Kyla Brown, 28, and her two children were all killed when a 1999 Toyota 4Runner driving on the other side of the road, crossed into their lane and smashed into their 2016 Toyota 4Runner, Oregan State Police confirmed.

Boquet, her children Isabella, 11, Elisabeth, 9, and Tytis, 6, as well as Brown and her children Arianna, 10, and Xavier, 2, were all pronounced dead at the scene, police said in a statement.

The lone driver of the 1999 Toyota 4Runner, Mark Robert Rundell, 48, also died in the collision.

The young family was on their way to Las Vegas from Washington during the time of the fatal accident, which took place at around 10 a.m.

Boquet’s father and Brown’s partner Louis Johnson was flying to Nevada to meet his family when tragedy struck.

The devastated father and grandfather posted on his Facebook that his “world came crashing down.”

“My heart hurts like it never hurt before. I have no answers to a 1000 whys,” he wrote, asking friends and family to join him at a vigil held Wednesday. “We lost 7 loved ones and the pain we feel is deep. I need to see the love I lost in you.”

Boquet’s brother Jessie Tate has set up a GoFundMe page in hopes of raising money to cover the funeral costs.

“Our family is at a complete loss. We are trying to come up with enough money to bring them home and give them the proper burial they deserve,” the GoFundMe page reads.

“Erika was kind and always giving to others. Her heart was big and full of compassion. Words can not describe how much Erika, Bella, Elisa and Tytis will be missed.”

So far, the page has raised over $30,000.

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Tate also opened up to The Oregonian about his sister’s devastating death.

“It’s a tragedy I wouldn’t wish on anyone else,” Tate explained to the publication.

“She was outgoing, personable, made friends everywhere she went, and her kids took after her,” Tate continued.

“They all just cared about everyone around them.”

The accident remains und

Read more: https://people.com/human-interest/7-family-members-killed-car-crash-road-trip-las-vegas/

Selena Gomez Poses in a Bikini as She Reveals What Fans Can Expect to Hear On Her New Album

Selena Gomez Poses in a Bikini as She Reveals What Fans Can Expect to Hear On Her New Album

Selena Gomez gave fans a rare look at her summer and also opened up about her upcoming album on Wednesday.

On Instagram Live, the “Back to You” singer, 26, confirmed her new album — a follow up to 2015’s Revival — is full of collaborations, although she didn’t drop any names.

“It’s very honest, but playful and I felt like creatively it is in a really great direction,” Gomez told fans. “I just wanted it to feel like what is going on in my head, which was a lot.”

While the “Wolves” singer hasn’t released too many details regarding her next album, she does have much to talk about including the engagement of her ex-boyfriend Justin Bieber to model Hailey Baldwin.

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The 13 Reasons Why producer almost shared a sneak peek of her album before her friend, Raquelle Stevens, persuaded her to keep it a surprise.

“I’m just so anxious because I want to play my music,” Gomez said, laughing. “I can’t wait for you guys to hear it.”

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“I’m just anticipating like what — I don’t know what people are going to think — like do you think they are going to think it is the same thing?” Gomez asked before Stevens interjected to say her new album isn’t anything like her past work.

The “Hands to Myself” singer agreed and revealed she sought inspiration from some of her favorite artists to make the album, such as Drak

Read more: https://people.com/music/selena-gomez-says-new-album-very-honest/

Lili Reinhart and Cole Sprouses Twitter Accounts Compromised Hacker Leaks Fake Nude Photo

Lili Reinhart and Cole Sprouses Twitter Accounts Compromised Hacker Leaks Fake Nude Photo

Lili Reinhart is yet another celebrity to become the target of an online hacker.

On Wednesday, a hacker took control of the 21-year-old Riverdale star’s Twitter and Snapchat and shared a nude photo of a woman, claiming it was Reinhart, multiple outlets reported. The photo was later revealed to be of an adult film star.

“Shouldn’t have talked s— about us, here’s to lili fans found this masterpiece in iCloud,” the hacker tweeted from Reinhart’s account in reference to the image.

Both the image and the tweets were removed shortly after they were posted.

Just two days prior, Reinhart’s boyfriend and Riverdale costar Cole Sprouse’s Twitter was also compromised.

While his particular hacker didn’t share any graphic photos, they did, however, allege that Sprouse, 26, participated in sexual acts while working for Disney.

Reinhart, who still had control of her own Twitter at the time, wrote “Cole’s Twitter has been hacked BTW. F— people who do that, seriously.”

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It’s unclear at this time if either of them has regained access to their social media accounts or why they were both targeted.

A representative for stars did not immediately respond to PEOPLE’s requests for comment.

Interestingly, Sprouse seemingly predicted something like this would happen.

Fans pointed out that Sprouse tweeted, “The point is to establish a strange enough twitter that if someone hacks your s— it would just look like business as usual,” back in April.

Read more: https://people.com/tv/lili-reinhart-cole-sprouse-twitter-accounts-hacked-fake-nudes-leaked/

Womans Remains Identified 2 Years After a Homeless Person Walked Around with Her Skull on a Stick

Womans Remains Identified 2 Years After a Homeless Person Walked Around with Her Skull on a Stick

The remains of a woman were identified two years after a homeless woman was discovered carrying around a human skull on a stick in Northern California.

The skull was identified as Mai Ker That, 26, after Sacramento investigators found the rest of the remains in an abandoned homeless encampment in October 2016, according to Fox 40.

“We’re trying to find out what she was doing and who she was with the last week of her life, and that’s our missing place in her timeline,” Sacramento Police Department Detective Scot Krutz told the outlet.

“And that could lead us to what happened ultimately in the end,” he added.

A spokesperson for the Sacramento Police Department did not immediately respond to PEOPLE’s request for comment.

Thao’s hair was dyed a bright red. That, along with DNA samples from her family helped identify her, the outlet reported.

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A suspect in the case has not been named. The homeless woman remains a person of interest, police told the outlet.

Thao experienced a miscarriage which marked a change in her life, her sister, Mai Dai Thao, told Fox 40.

“It was after she had a miscarriage and then everything just went and fell apart,” Mai said. “She was never the same anymore. She distanced herself from us.”

Prior to her sister miscarriage, the two were very close, often going “each other’s makeup,” Mai Dai told KTLA.

“We would just hang out and drink a little and just tell jokes all night. And laugh at each other all night and reminisce about our silly past,” she said.

Read more: https://people.com/crime/womans-remains-identified-2-years-skull-stick/

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