The 17-year-old would have started her senior year at Maud High School on August 7.
Cody Goss, 23, and Lacy Mullings, 17, died at the scene of the accident last Tuesday along with the driver of another pickup.
According to the Shawnee Texas Star, the two Maud students were riding in a pickup that was traveling westbound along U.S. 82 between Wichita Falls and Seymour, Texas when pickup traveling in the opposite direction drifted across the median at a curve in the road.
The eastbound pickup first collided with a westbound vehicle that traveling in front of Goss and Mullings, then struck the pickup that was carrying the students, causing at least one vehicle to catch fire.
The driver of the eastbound pickup was pronounced dead at the accident scene, as were Goss and Mullings. The passenger of the eastbound truck suffered critical injuries. No injuries were reported in connection with the occupants of the third vehicle.
The Maud community is mourning the of Gross and Mullings, and students from Maud High School are going to be offered trauma counseling and health assistance. The Texas Department of Public Safety is still investigating the accident.
Following information provided by the Texas Department of Transportation (TxDOT):