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COM. THESE SLOW DOWN COMMUNITY MOURNING TONIGHT AFTER A 16 YEAR OLD WHO ATTENDED POPE JOHN PAUL, THE SECOND HIGH SCHOOL DIED. A TRAGIC CAR ACCIDENT OVER THE WEEKEND. FAMILY AND FRIENDS ARE HEARTBROKEN. WDSU AUBRY KILLION, SLIDELL AND AUBREY. THE FAMILY, A VERY POWERFUL MESSAGE FOR PARENTS AND TEENS WHO WERE ON THE ROAD. CHRISTIAN TAYLOR’S FAMILY SAYS THEY WANT YOUNG TO TAKE THEIR TIME ON THE ROAD. THEY HOPE THIS STORY YOU JUST HOW PRECIOUS LIFE BE. IF YOU HAVE CHILDREN OR LOVED ONES, HUG THEM EVERY DAY. TELL THEM YOU LOVE THEM. CHRISTIAN TELLS US HIS FAMILY WOULD GIVE ANYTHING TO HAVE HIM BACK. CHRISTIAN WAS STANDOUT ATHLETE, BUT HIS FAMILY SAYS HE VOLLEYBALL THE MOST AND WANTED TO PLAY IN COLLEGE. CHRISTIAN’S FATHER IS THE VOLLEYBALL COACH AT POPE JOHN PAUL. THE FAMILY WAS IN LAFAYETTE, THE STATE CHAMPIONSHIP. CHRISTIAN WENT TO SEE HIS SISTER PLAY AND LEFT. HE MADE IT BACK TO THE NORTH, DROPPED OFF HIS GIRLFRIEND AND WAS HEADED HOME. I’M THE 16 YEARS OLD, BUT LIKE HE WAS MY SOUL MATE. BUT HE MADE IT HOME. STATE POLICE CHRISTIAN WAS DRIVING ON I-12 HIGHWAY 434 FRIDAY NIGHT WHEN HE CRASHED INTO THE BACK OF AN 18 WHEELER. SOMEONE FINALLY SAID THE WORDS, HE DIDN’T MAKE IT. I MEAN, I TRULY BELIEVE THAT NIGHT MY SON WAS, MAD JESUS WAS IN HEAVEN, YOU KNOW, AND KNEW OF THINGS THAT WE HAVE ABOUT THIS WEEKEND. CHRISTIAN SISTERS FOUND THE STRENGTH TO PLAY. IS THE PRIME EXAMPLE OF SOMEONE WHO DESERVES TO BE THERE. AND EVER THIS HAPPENED. THE DOUBT IN MY MIND ABOUT HEAVEN AND GOD IS DISAPPEARED. WHILE CHRISTIAN IS GONE, HIS FAMILY FINDS STRENGTH KNOWING THAT HE’S GIVING LIFE TO OTHERS. HIS FOOTBALL WAS SEVEN. THAT NUMBER ORGAN DONORS CALLED ME AND ASKED IF WE LIKE TO DONATE ANY OF HIS ORGANS. AND SHE SAID THERE’S SEVEN AVAILABLE. HE SAW THE GREATNESS EVERYONE ELSE. I THAT WAS HIS WHOLE LIFE. CHRISTIAN’S SAYS HE WAS SET TO PLAY A VOLLEYBALL TOURNAMENT THIS WEEKEND. CHICAGO. A COLLEGE FROM PENN STATE WAS EXPECTED.

Louisiana teen donates organs to assist others after lethal crash

Christian Tullis’ household hopes his story reveals others simply how valuable life could be.”In case you have youngsters or family members, hug them daily, inform them you’re keen on them,” his father, Danny Tullis, mentioned. Christian, 16, was a standout athlete at Pope John Paul II Excessive College in Slidell, Louisiana. His household mentioned he beloved volleyball essentially the most and wished to play in school. Christian’s father is the college’s volleyball coach. Christian was driving and on his approach residence when he apparently crashed into the again of an 18-wheeler. The trigger continues to be below investigation. “Somebody lastly mentioned the phrases, ‘He did not make it,’” Danny Tullis mentioned. Whereas Christian is gone, his household finds energy realizing he is giving life to others. His soccer quantity was seven — that quantity is particular.”The organ donors known as me and requested if we want to donate any of his organs. There are seven out there,” his mom, Diana Tullis, mentioned.”He noticed the greatness in everybody else I feel that was his complete life,” Danny Tullis mentioned.

Christian Tullis’ household hopes his story reveals others simply how valuable life could be.

“In case you have youngsters or family members, hug them daily, inform them you’re keen on them,” his father, Danny Tullis, mentioned.

Christian, 16, was a standout athlete at Pope John Paul II Excessive College in Slidell, Louisiana. His household mentioned he beloved volleyball essentially the most and wished to play in school. Christian’s father is the college’s volleyball coach.

Christian was driving and on his approach residence when he apparently crashed into the again of an 18-wheeler. The trigger continues to be below investigation.

“Somebody lastly mentioned the phrases, ‘He did not make it,’” Danny Tullis mentioned.

Whereas Christian is gone, his household finds energy realizing he is giving life to others. His soccer quantity was seven — that quantity is particular.

“The organ donors known as me and requested if we want to donate any of his organs. There are seven out there,” his mom, Diana Tullis, mentioned.

“He noticed the greatness in everybody else I feel that was his complete life,” Danny Tullis mentioned.

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