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W.V. Woman Loses 8-Year-Old Son, Husband and Mother in Semi-Truck Crash: 'It's Unbearable'

Donavan Larson, 51, Deanna Early, 56, and Dylan Larson were killed in the accident, which happened on Monday afternoon on U.S. 35 in Ross County, Ohio

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  • A West Virginia woman is mourning the loss of her husband, mother and son who died in a car crash on Monday in Ohio

  • Donavan Larson, 51, Deanna Early, 56, and Dylan Larson were killed in the accident, which occurred at about 4:30 p.m. local time on U.S. 35 in the town of Richmond Dale in Ross County

  • Culloden Elementary School in Culloden, West Virginia, shared their grief about the loss of second-grader Dylan, who was a happy student who loved sports

A West Virginia woman is mourning the deaths of her husband, mother and 8-year-old son after they died in a crash with a semi-truck in Ohio on Monday.

Donavan Larson, 51, Deanna Early, 56, and Dylan Larson were killed in the accident, which occurred at about 4:30 p.m. local time on U.S. 35 in the town of Richmond Dale in Ross County, the Ohio State Highway Patrol (OSHP) told NBC affiliate WSAZ-TV.

Early, who was driving an SUV, attempted to make a left turn onto Main Street when she reportedly did not yield to an oncoming tractor-trailer.

The car with three occupants then hit a guardrail and a tree, OSHP troopers said.

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OSHP did not immediately return PEOPLE's request for comment.

Jernelle Larson told the news station that the loss of her family members is “unbearable.”

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“Time is still,” Larson said. “It’s unbearable, and it’s not moving, but I’m trying. He will never walk his daughters down the aisle. My son will never go to prom. My son won’t graduate. My mother won’t live out the life she deserves, and it all happened instantly.”

Staff at Culloden Elementary School in Culloden, West Virginia, shared their grief about the loss of Dylan, who was a second grader who loved sports.

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“He was a joyful child with a big personality,” the school said in a statement obtained by WSAZ. “He was a great friend to many of our students and will be missed terribly.”

Now, the family’s loved ones have set up a GoFundMe “to ease their burden financially,” organizer Stacie Young Issa wrote on the site.

“Jernelle and her daughter Mariah have suffered an unimaginable loss,” according to the GoFundMe. “We would like for Jernelle and her family to be able to give Donavan, Dylan and Deanna the memorial they deserve and to help honor their memory.”

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