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Milton Couple Killed in Crash Honored in Sussex County

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Eduardo and Priscilla Saez Eduardo and Priscilla Saez

MILTON, Del. - Members of the Sussex County Community went out to Irish Eyes in Milton for a silent auction fundraiser.

The proceeds from the fundraiser were for the three children of Eduardo and Priscilla Saez, who were killed in a car crash on Route 13 near Lincoln a few weeks back.

The three children Shanell, 18, Eduardo Jr., 13, and Daniel, 9, spoke about their favorite memories of their parents.

"We used to go to the beach," Daniel said. "And dad used to throw us around in the water all the time. Mom used to try and help him throw us cause we were always heavy. And sometimes dad used to say now you throw me."

The auction started at 2 p.m. Sunday and lasted until 9 p.m.

The Philadelphia Eagles and Washington Redskins both donated autographed memorabilia to the auction.

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