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Olympic Fun Center in Hermitage joins in on #HornetStrong cause

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HERMITAGE, Pa. -

There was an immense show of support Monday evening for the two Hickory High school teens killed in that crash on I-80 two weeks ago.

The Olympic Fun Center in Hermitage joined in on the #HornetStrong cause.

One hundred percent of the admission costs were donated to the four families affected by the crash, which claimed the lives of 16-year-old Lexi Myers and 15-year-old Danielle Nelson and injured two others.

The owner of the Olympic Fun Center said her three kids go to Hickory High School and knew the victims.

"Just talking about how much it has impacted the communities and the families and I wanted to be able to do something to give back," said Dawn Smith.  

The #HornetStrong bracelets were sold at the event for $4.

It was $10 dollars to get in.

More than $1,000 was raised.  

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