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Car washes raise money for I-85 crash victims' family

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    Minnie's Uptown Restaurant located on 8th Street in Columbus is trying to raise money for the family of Kayla Wilson, a former worker at the popular eatery, who died Friday night in a tragic accident. Wilson's 6-year-old daughter Denyla Biggers and sister 35-year-old Nikia Wilson were all ejected from a Ford Expedition driven by Kayla on I-85 in Coweta County. 

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    Minnie's Uptown Restaurant located on 8th Street in Columbus is trying to raise money for the family of Kayla Wilson, a former worker at the popular eatery, who died Friday night in a tragic accident. Wilson's 6-year-old daughter Denyla Biggers and sister 35-year-old Nikia Wilson were all ejected from a Ford Expedition driven by Kayla on I-85 in Coweta County. 

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COLUMBUS, GA (WTVM) -

The community continues to step up and support a Columbus family who recently lost three relatives in tragic car crash last weekend. 

Denyla Biggers, 6, her mother 33-year-old Kayla Wilson, and Kayla's sister 35-year-old Nikia Wilson died in a car crash in Coweta County last Friday, April 1. 

Fairbanks Motors at 3072 Victory Drive in Columbus, where the father of one of the victims works, will have car washes Wednesday, April 6 and Thursday, April 7 to help raise funds for the burials. 

The car washes will be held from 1 p.m. to 7 p.m. both days at that location. 

"There's nothing too big that we can do to help this family out, because we can't understand what they're going through, we just want to help ease the grief," said Maurice Jordan, president of The Presidents Motorcycle Club and one of the organizers for the event. 

A GoFundMe account has also been set up for the family.

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