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Kaitlyn Miller (16) died from head injuries sustained while on a family ski trip
Published: Apr 05, 2007 @ 12:00 AM
Kaitlyn Miller (16)
Feb 17, 2007
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An Illinois teen died after running into a tree during a family ski trip at Tyrol Basin Ski and Snowboard Area in Dane County.
Kaitlyn Miller, 16, a junior at Keith School in Rockford, suffered head injuries in the accident Saturday in the Town of Vermont near Madison.
Elise Schaffer, a spokeswoman with the Dane County sheriff's department, said they received a call around 10:30 a.m. Saturday that the girl hit a tree.
"I don't know what I am going to do without her," Kaitlyn's father, Bob, said Sunday. "She was just that special."
She was oldest of four children - born 20 seconds before her twin sister, Kylee.
Funeral services were planned for Wednesday and her burial was planned for Thursday.
Illinois teen dies in skiing accident
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