Kayla Miller

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  • Age: 16
  • New Oxford, PA
  • South Western School District, Conewago Valley School District

 

 Kayla loved her family and friends.  Some of the most important people in her life was her Uncle Jeff, and her Aunt Birgit.  Jennica is her younger sister, whom she fought with often but they still loved each other.  Aaron is her brother.  He only knew her for four short years.   Kayla lived with her Grandmother which is three homes away from me.  We all seen each other quite often.  She also has a Grandfather that she wasn't able to see very often.  Kayla has many friends.  Many of her friends considered her their best friend.  Kayla always knew how to cheer people up when they were down.  Kayla was always smiling or laughing.

 

On 1/21/2007 Kayla was killed and three other juveniles injured when the car they were riding in hit a tree Sunday morning in West Manheim Township.
Kayla Miller 16, was pronounced dead at the scene of the 2:30 am crash on Musselman Road, according to York County Deputy Coroner Steve Cosey.
The crash occured less than a minute after a West Manheim Township Police Officer had spotted the vehicle backed into a wooded area along Musselman Road, Police Chief Tim Hippensteel said.
As the officer approached the car, it fled down the dirt road, he said.  The officer lost sight of the vehicle, then spotted it against the tree a short distance away, Hippensteel said.
Because West Manheim officers had spotted the vehicle prior to the crash, Pennsylvania State Police in York are handling the investigation.
Miller, a 10th-grader at New Oxford High School, was the front seat passenger in the vehicle.  An autopsy will be performed Tuesday at Lehigh Valley Medical Center.
The driver of the Vehicle and One rear-seat passenger were transported to York Hospital by STAT Med-Evac and Life Lion helicopters, according to state police.  A second rear-seat passenger was transported by ambulance to Hanover Hospital.
Police said the vehicle was traveling north-west on Musselman Road when it left the road and hit a tree on the passenger side-the side where Kayla was sitting.
The other three occupants in the vehicle were juviniles, so police did not release their names.  And because police did not release their names, information on their conditions was not available.
Authorities said none of the individuals were wearing seat belts. 

Larry miller I just read your add and I feel for you on 10/30/2013 I lost my daughter kayla miller hope all gets better for you all

May 15, 2017

Linann Nelson

December 10, 2010

Beth Hildebrand-Henshaw

December 1, 2010

Maria James

November 29, 2010

Barbara Barnes Katy's mom

November 24, 2010

KELLY LAY

November 22, 2010

Cherri Miller

November 21, 2010

Cindy King

November 21, 2010
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Larry miller I just read your add and I feel for you on 10/30/2013 I lost my daughter kayla miller hope all gets better for you all

May 15, 2017

Linann Nelson

December 10, 2010

Beth Hildebrand-Henshaw

December 1, 2010

Maria James

November 29, 2010

Barbara Barnes Katy's mom

November 24, 2010

KELLY LAY

November 22, 2010

Cherri Miller

November 21, 2010

Cindy King

November 21, 2010