Greenville, SC (Greenville News) - Funeral services have been set for the four children who died after a van crashed in Greenville County this month.
The service for Arnez Yaron Jamison, Jr., 4, Robbiana Evans, 6, Jamire Halley, 8, and 2-year-old Ar'mani Jamison is scheduled for noon Dec. 15, according to Watkins Garrett & Woods Mortuary, Inc.
The children were passengers in a vehicle that ran off the road and struck several trees.
Arnez, Robbiana, and Jamire died at the scene of the crash on State 253 at 12:28 a.m. Friday, said Trooper Joe Hovis, a spokesman for the state Highway Patrol. Ar'mani succumbed to injuries about 5:30 p.m. Sunday, according to Deputy Coroner Jeff Fowler.
Funeral services for the children, who are siblings, will be at Mountain Creek Baptist Church in Greenville, according to the mortuary. The church is at 255 W. Mountain Creek Church Road.
Arnez Yaron Jamison, 27, faces four counts of felony DUI resulting in death, driving under suspension, driving an uninsured motor vehicle and child endangerment in relation to the crash that led to the deaths of the children. He is the father of two of the children.
A gofundme online fundraiser campaign on behalf of Jacqueline Brown, the mother of the four children, was created Friday by her co-worker Crystal Griffith. The campaign has exceeded its donation goal of $50.0000.