Lacey’s daughter and her boyfriend were taken to an area hospital in serious condition, Rainwater said. The sheriff’s office did not release their names.
No one else was injured in the pileup, Rainwater said.
While the boyfriend was still in the hospital, the daughter was released and returned to school Monday.
“She told her mother that she wanted to come to school today and let things be as normal as they possibly can at a time like this,” Dawson County High School principal Richard Crumley told Channel 2 Action News.
The school's principal says the coach's daughter was released from the hospital and is trying to carry on as normal as possible.
As the sheriff’s office continued to investigate the cause of the crash, grief counselors were at Dawson County High School on Monday to help students and staff affected by Lacey’s death.
Many gathered Sunday night to remember a man described by the district in a Facebook post as “a great teacher, coach, and overall great man.”
Team members said they plan to dedicate the season to Lacey.
“You never doubted he loved you,” one student told Channel 2. “He always called us his kids."
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