Funeral services have been set for Saturday for the Terry High School student who died in a car crash last week, according to WJTV.
The news channel’s website reported that services for Kadarrius Bullie, 17, will be at 1 p.m. at New Birth Fellowship Church in Ridgeland.
Prior to the funeral, a family hour visitation will be held from 6-7 Friday night at Peoples Funeral Home Jackson, according to WJTV.
Bullie was critically injured in a car crash on I-55 on May 8. He was airlifted to University of Mississippi Medical Center and later died from head injuries. The high school sophomore was one of two teens thrown from the car when it lost control.
Nicholas Brown and Cameron Toney, both 16 years old, were also hurt.
Brown was treated and released from UMC the day of the accident. Toney was released several days later. Toney suffered broken bones, but is expected to make a full recovery.
Brown told authorities another driver cut him off and he lost control of the vehicle. The car flipped several times and landed in the median.