Savana Price, the Fairfield teen who's life was tragically taken away on June 22 in a car accident, was laid to rest a week ago today. The teen, who attended Rodriguez High School and was said to have a bright future ahead of her, was only 16 years old.
"She was a beautiful person, inside and out," said Anthony Williams, stepfather. "We love her dearly and we miss her dearly, and it's very tragic that her young life ended the way it did."
Price was identified by the Solano County coroner's office after her 1999 Nissan Frontier struck a tree while speeding south on Ramsey Road, north of Gold Hill Road. Price, who was not wearing a seat belt and was partially ejected from the vehicle, was pronounced dead at the scene.
Since the tragedy, there has been an sent from friends, former classmates, and the like on social media sites such as Twitter. A memorial has been set up at the sight of the accident, as well, where many have brought by flowers and other items to express their sentiments.
Additionally, Price's obituary was posted in the Daily Republic.
The California Highway Patrol is still investigating the accident. There is no new information available to date.