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Shoreland High School holds prayer service to remember 18-year-old killed in crash

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SOMERS, Wis. (CBS 58) -- A Kenosha County community is mourning the loss of a teenager killed in a car crash. 18-year-old Cameron Nahf died, and his 16-year-old brother Caden was injured in a crash Wednesday morning. 

At the scene where the Nahf’s hit a tree a memorial has been set up with flowers and a baseball cap and ball. Nahf was a baseball player at Shoreland Lutheran High School and planned to play in college.

The gym at Shoreland was set up for graduation this Saturday where Nahf was going to receive his diploma, but sadly it was used to hold a prayer service for Nahf instead. Hundreds gathered, including many of his classmates, to hear scripture, pray and sing hymns. There were many tears shed and hugs given.

Pastors tried to console loved ones in attendance with this message, “We can take comfort too that God took Cameron because he wanted to bless him. The blessing of eternal life, that's God's ultimate purpose and goal for all of us,” said Pastor Paul Brug.

Counselors and pastors are available at the school for those who need them. A gofundme has been created for Nahf's family.

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