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March 6, 2012

It has been about four months since the tragic car accident involving Sam Clayton Kelly, Walker Kelly and Mason Wilbanks.
Since their deaths, a number of things have happened to make sure the three boys are not forgotten.

It has been about four months since the tragic car accident involving Sam Clayton Kelly, Walker Kelly and Mason Wilbanks.
Since their deaths, a number of things have happened to make sure the three boys are not forgotten.
“Any time a parent experiences a loss like this, one of the main concerns is making sure that people always remember their son,” said Sam Clayton’s father, Sam Kelly.

February 5, 2012

More than three months ago, Kappa Alpha Order lost three pledges in a car accident. Now, the fraternity is encouraging everyone to give blood Tuesday in memory of Sam Clayton Kelly, Mason Wilbanks and Walker Kelly.

 

More than three months ago, Kappa Alpha Order lost three pledges in a car accident. Now, the fraternity is encouraging everyone to give blood Tuesday in memory of Sam Clayton Kelly, Mason Wilbanks and Walker Kelly.

“Giving blood saves three lives, and with that being the same number of boys we lost, let’s put names and faces to the people they are saving,” sophomore KA member Matt McDonald said.

November 2, 2011

For the second time within a span of a month, the University of Mississippi is mourning.

 

For the second time within a span of a month, the University of Mississippi is mourning.

Following the death of graduate student Kevser Ermin, three more young lives were taken from the community.

Sam Clayton Kelly, Mason Wilbanks and Walker Kelly died in a single-car accident just north of Jackson, heading back to a university they knew existed for years, but had just gotten to know more intimately within the past three months as freshmen.

October 30, 2011

Mississippi Highway Patrol confirmed yesterday afternoon that three Ole Miss students died in a one-car accident early Sunday morning. 

Mississippi Highway Patrol confirmed yesterday afternoon that three Ole Miss students died in a one-car accident early Sunday morning. 

The crash happened at approximately 8:30 a.m. on Interstate 55 just north of Jackson. 

Trooper Tony Dunn told WAPT of Jackson that a 2009 Infiniti was traveling north on I-55 when it veered into the median at state Highway 35. The vehicle left the median, falling through the overpass, and landed upside down on Highway 35.