The Creekview Excessive College neighborhood is mourning the lack of a former volleyball standout and her father who died in a crash.
Alivia Mynes, 18, and Chris Mynes, 52, died Thanksgiving morning within the Cherokee County crash.
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The Creekview volleyball crew confirmed Alivia was a former standout for the crew and simply completed her freshman season at Bryan School in Tennessee.
“Alivia was liked by many and shall be remembered for her variety, candy, stunning spirit,” the Creekview volleyball crew posted on Fb. “Chris was a loyal father to his two daughters and the love of Jennifer’s life.”
The crash despatched Chris’ spouse Jennifer and their youngest daughter Sydney to the hospital. Sydney is a junior volleyball participant at Creekview.
In response to the Cherokee County Sheriff’s Workplace, the Mynes household was touring west on Knox Bridge Freeway close to Scott Hudgens Drive round 11:30 a.m.
Deputies stated a driver in a Ford F-150 was touring east and crossed the middle line. The truck collided with the Mynes’ SUV, killing Chris within the driver seat and Alivia within the again seat.
Deputies stated the truck driver, a 24-year-old from Canton, was taken to Wellstar Kennestone Hospital with non-life-threatening accidents. Two different automobiles had been additionally concerned within the crash, however nobody was injured. The accident stays below investigation.
A GoFundMe has been set as much as assist the Mynes household.
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