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Trust Set Up For Vancleave Couple's Surviving Daughters

VANCLEAVE, MS (WLOX) - A trust has been established for the daughters of Phillip and Shyla Van Alstine.

The Vancleave National Guardsman and his wife, along with their 7-year-old daughter, were killed in a traffic accident in Baton Rouge last week.

The Van Alstines' four-year-old daughter is still in critical condition at a Baton Rouge Hospital. Her 11-month-old sister was not in the vehicle during the accident.

The account for their surviving daughters, Kaytie and Avery Van Alstine has been set up at Hancock Bank in their names. Donations can be made at any Hancock Bank Branch or mailed to:

Hancock Bank
P.O. Box 4019
Gulfport, MS 39502

For more information, you can call James Reeves, Junior at (228) 374-5151.

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