Early Friday evening I was out in the garage messing around with led's & stuff and I heard a ton of sirens blazing down the highway & didn't think much of it at the time. There are always wrecks on the main highway or fires or whatever. Sunday we get the newspaper & this was on the front page: LINK She was the 17 year old daughter of a good family friend & the Sheriff here. From what I understand she was on her way to pick up a friend heading off to get ready for the high school football game where she was a cheerleader. She ran off the road & over corrected & hit a vehicle head on & was killed instantly. Apparently she wasn't wearing her seat belt. While I didn't know Alyssa personally, I knew her dad & I can't imagine what her family is going through. Next time you get in your vehicle to go out, even if it's just across the road, buckle up.