Memorial to be held for women killed in crash

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A memorial event has been scheduled to honor two young women killed in an August crash on Ky. 245.

Amber Lynne Tingle, 26, and Billie Rose Watts, 30, were killed the evening of Aug. 11 in a two-vehicle collision after their car was struck by another driver. 

On Nov. 11, family, friends and community members have been invited to gather at Dean Watts Park to remember them. Balloons will be released, rain or shine, and if attendees would like to bring balloons they are welcome to do so. Suggested balloon colors include yellow, black, bright pink, white and camo.

Tingle was a resident of Shepherdsville and was a loving big sister to three brothers. Watts resided in Cox’s Creek and leaves behind a young daughter. The two women were close friends, and could often be seen traveling together in Tingle’s yellow Ford Mustang. 

The memorial will take place at 2 p.m. The park is located off Spencer Mattingly Lane in Bardstown.