Aramis Mora

Driver crashes into ‘hardworking’ student’s home, kills her while she’s attending virtual class: Reports

*This is a developing story and will be updated as additional information becomes available.*

A Texas girl is dead after police say a driver lost control of a car and smashed into the girl’s residence while she was attending a virtual class.

NBC Dallas Fort-Worth reports that Aramis Mora, a senior at Greenville High School in Greenville, was in her family home in the 4700 block of Henry Street, at around 10 a.m. when the incident occurred.

According to police, the car driver sustained injuries and was airlifted to a local hospital. Their identity and current condition are currently unknown.

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“She was hardworking. She was really, really smart. She was in the honor society,” Mora’s brother, Gustavo Mora, told CBS 11.

“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,” a statement from the Greenville Independent School District read.

“She was known for her sweet, calm spirit and for being an excellent student with a special interest in art and fashion design. Our prayers go out to Aramis, her family, and all those who love her. We will all miss this special young woman.”

It’s still unclear why and how the driver ended up crashing into the home. Check back for updates.

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[Feature Photo: Aramis Mora/Greeneville ISD]