An 18-year-old died in a automobile crash hours after her highschool commencement in Louisiana, officers mentioned.
The 18-year-old girl died in a two-vehicle crash at round 2 p.m. Eastern time on Saturday, May 21, in Sulphur, about 135 miles west of Baton Rouge., police instructed KPLC.
Sulphur Police Department couldn’t be reached for remark by McClatchy News.
Sulphur High School later recognized the coed as Jesse Harmon in a Facebook submit. The college’s commencement occurred at 10 a.m. that very same day, in line with the Calcasieu Parish School Board’s web site.
“It is with the heaviest of hearts that we offer our deepest condolences to the family, friends, and all those who were fortunate enough to know and love Jesse Harmon,” the college wrote. “For students in need, counselors will be available at school this week.”
Friends and fellow college students expressed their grief on social media.
“… I realized there is truly no one like her,” wrote Julia McCurry, who says she danced with Harmon on the Sulphur High School Twisters Dance Team. “She was hilarious, the absolute BEST story teller, and so kind to everyone.”
“She was the team mate everyone strives to be,” reads a submit on the group’s Facebook web page. “She supported everyone, worked hard for the person next to her, and was the most genuine soul. Every Twister who had the pleasure to dance with her will say the same thing, “there is no one like Jesse!”
This story was initially printed May 23, 2022 7:24 PM.