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Investigators said his pickup truck crossed the center line on Hwy 10 and hit an oncoming car head on. Michelle Kunze and Genie Carrillo, both of the Neillsville area died in the crash.

Bemis will have his initial court appearance in late February. After a crash killed the mothers of eight children Friday, community members jumped in to make sure they can still celebrate Christmas.

Michelle Kunze, 29, had two children. Genie Carrillo, 35, had six. Friday.

Kelsey Zachow of Neillsville knows both of the women. She started a GoFundMe page for the children, and is working with area businesses to provide them Christmas gifts.

“It’s so hard for them,” she said. “They want to be able to contact that parent, and that can’t ever happen.”

Meanwhile, in a separate move in Marshfield, toys are piling up at at The Next Generation of Midwest Tattooers in Marshfield.

The shop holds a toy drive every year, and this holiday season gifts will go to the victims’ families.

“When this tragedy happened in Neillsville,” owner Tommy Kirschbaum said. “We had a large number of people, you know 20, 30 people inbox us asking if we could help the family because there’s eight children that have been affected by this.”

If you would like to donate, you can contact Kirschbaum through the tattoo parlor’s Facebook page.

Clark County (WQOW) : The Clark County Sheriff’s Office has released the names of the three people involved in a fatal car crash Friday night. Initial investigation indicates that a Chevy pickup, being driven by a 26 year old male, was traveling west on Hwy 10 when it crossed the center line by Sidney Avenue. After it crossed the center line it struck an east bound Chevy Impala head on. The truck then entered the south ditch and came to rest. The car came to rest in the east bound lane.

The driver of the truck was 26 year old Trenton M. Bemis. The two occupants of the car that died were the driver Michelle L. Carrillo, 35.

Speed, road conditions and driver impairment appear to be factors in the accident according to police. Clark County (WQOW) Two people are dead after the vehicle they were traveling in on Hwy 10 in Clark County was hit head on. Initial investigation indicates that a Chevy pickup, being driven by a 26 year old male, was traveling west on Hwy 10 when it crossed the center line by Sidney Avenue. After it crossed the center line it struck an east bound Chevy Impala head on. The truck then entered the south ditch and came to rest. The car came to rest in the east bound lane.

The two female occupants in the car, a 29 year old driver and her 35 year old passenger, were pronounced dead at the scene by Coroner Schleifer. The driver of the truck was taken to the Neillsville Hospital and then the Marshfield Medical Center with severe injuries. It believed the operator of the truck was operating while intoxicated.

Both female occupants were wearing their seatbelts and are from the Neillsville area. The truck operator was by himself in the truck, from the Humbird Area and its believed he was also wearing his seatbelt.

Speed, road conditions and driver impairment appear to be factors in the accident according to police. The names of everyone involved are being withheld pending notification of family members.

The Neillsville Area Fire and Ambulance Service responded to the scene with the Clark County Sheriff Office and Coroner Schleifer. The investigation is continuing by the Clark County Sheriff and Coroner Office.
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