A 17-year-old girl was killed while she was undergoing virtual school by a vehicle that crashed into her home.
On Monday night, December 14, when a truck plowed into the house, Aramis Mora, from Laredo, Texas, US, was using a computer in her bedroom.
Authorities assume that prior to the fatal crash, the driver suffered a medical emergency, KGNS reports.
Afterward, the driver and the teen were airlifted to the hospital with critical wounds.
Aramis was an “excellent student” who attended Greenville High School, and had a “sweet, calm spirit.”
In the next room, her pal, Gustavo, was taking a nap before the chaos unfolded.
He told CBS DFW, “She’s been hardworking. She was really very clever. She was in a society of honor.’
He added: “And I checked her pulse when I found her. She was no longer breathing.’
Thelma, Aramis’s sister, said: “I know she was happy. She had everything she wanted, I know, but she deserves more.”
She deserved more for a living. And that isn’t fair.