Brad Kellar and the Greenville Herald-Banner.
GREENVILLE, Texas (CBSDFW.COM) — Like thousands of students across North Texas, high school senior Aramis Mora was virtual learning, sadly she was inside on December 14 when a car lost control and slammed into her family’s home. The teenager was killed.READ MORE: Texas Legislature Could Make COVID-19 Liability Lawsuits Harder To Win
Aramis was a senior at Greenville High School.
Officials with the Greenville Independent School District issued a statement that said, in part —
“Aramis attended GISD schools her entire academic life, starting as a kindergartner at Crockett. She also attended Carver, Sixth Grade Center and Greenville Middle School. She was known for her sweet, calm spirit and for being an excellent student with a special interest in art and fashion design.READ MORE: 2 Suspects In Custody And Hospitalized Following Chase, Shootout In Johnson County
Our prayers go out to Aramis, her family, and all those who love her. We will all miss this special young woman.”
Crisis counselors were on campus Tuesday providing support to both students and staff.
An in-person, socially distanced candlelight vigil is being held for Aramis Mora at 7 p.m. on Dec. 17 at the family’s home, which sustained considerable damage, in the 4700 block of Henry Street.
The driver of the car was injured and taken to a local hospital by air ambulance. That’s person’s current condition isn’t known.MORE NEWS: I-Team: 3 Ways To Avoid Becoming Victim Of Savvy, Sophisticated Scams
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