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Family members of Jimmie Goshey embrace in prayer with his mother and sister during a community meeting at the Martin Luther King Jr. Community Center, 1201 Douglas Avenue, in Clearwater Monday evening (08/07/17). Jimmie Goshey, 14, was one of three boys that died in Sunday's stolen car crash. Sheriff Bob Gualtieri and Clearwater Police Chief Dan Slaughter were present along with faith based leaders during the community meeting. In front is Britteny Dixon (center), Jimmie's sister, who holds Enycei Reynolds (left) and Aliza Wells, Jimmie's nieces. In background (center) is Jimmie's mom Shalanda Marshall and his step dad  Joseph Marshall (bald man on right). [DIRK SHADD | Times]

Teen killed in Palm Harbor SUV crash remembered at community meeting (w/video)

In the center of the community room, they coalesced. The community members and leaders were surrounding the family of Jimmie Goshey, 14, as they wept. Hands on shoulders, arms and backs, they were stronger in the presence of each other. Rev. Benjamin Adams led a prayer and asked their God to allow the situation to  …

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