Christian Bono and Nehemiah Turban Death – Dead Obituary : High School Students Killed in Car Accident.
Students Christian Bono and Nehemiah Turban, according to a statement posted online on Aug. 2, 2020.
Two local high school baseball players died late Saturday in a car crash and a third player is hospitalized.
St. Lucie West Centennial baseball coach Philip Russ said Christian Bono and Nehemiah Turban, both 16, died in the crash. Matthew Bono, 15, is hospitalized in Miami with injuries. Turban went to Treasure Coast High School; the two brothers to Centennial. The TCPalm News Reported .
Today has been extremely difficult for Jennifer Ducet and her family. Last night in Florida, her nephew’s Christian, …
to my sweetest angel christian i’ll love you forever & there will never be a day my heart doesn’t ache as much as it does right now & to my baby matthew i know it’s going to be hard but please stay strong you gotta make it😢❤️ please continue to keep matthew in your prayers pic.twitter.com/qI4dDFM9Fh
— em (@xoemmalee_) August 2, 2020
The following are some tributes posted on social media to honor the life and the legacy of the deceased.
Catherine Brooks wrote
OMG..last night..former student 16 died, younger brother former student, burned up to 90 percent in Miami Critical Care. omg, my heart is so broken for these wonderful families.In shock and sadness, this below comes from principle at my former school principal West Gate K-8….
“With a very heavy heart I am asking for help for two incredible families who have just endured a tragic accident. We lost two young lives today and one is still fighting for his after a horrible car accident.Christian Bono and Nehemiah Turban, both 16, passed away and Matthew Bono, 15, was transported to a hospital in Miami in a medically induced coma.These families are going through the worst thing they’ve ever had to go through, and something no parent should ever have to.Medical and funeral expenses shouldn’t be another thing for them to struggle with. Any little bit you can donate means a lot and is greatly appreciated. Please share with other too.”