Spencer, NC - A community is grieving with the families of three children and three adults who were killed in a car crash Friday night.
A memorial of balloons and stuffed animals continues to grow at the site off South Rowan Avenue. Passersby stopped or slowed at the site throughout the weekend to pray or bring gifts.
Two children Daja Cathcart, 10 and Karizma Sexton, 4, died Friday along with adults Sean Javan Jacobs, Vincent Eugene McNeal and the driver Angela Monique Dunlap.
Taliah Williams was taken off life support Saturday. Javion Williams has been upgraded to serious condition and Davion Williams is in fair condition. Both remain at Brenner's Childrens Hospital in Winston-Salem.
The crash which involved a GMC Envoy happened near the intersection of South Rowan Avenue and 11th Street at about 9 p.m. Friday.
On Sunday, family of the victims gathered in Salisbury to make funeral arraignments. "I'm still in shock. I can't believe my son [Javan] is gone. I can't believe my brother [Vincent] is gone. I can't believe Karizma [my granddaughter] with her smiley face is gone. It hurts," Barbara Westmoreland said.
"I still can't believe it," Karizma's mother Rachel Sexton said.
Charles Patrick, 10, was thrown from the vehicle but escaped with minor cuts and bruises. Rescue workers credit the boy for saving another child from the burning wreckage. "I'm not a hero - I just did what I thought to do," Patrick said.