Savana Price had a bright future. She was looking forward to her senior year at Rodriguez High School but that dream was cut short by a tragic auto accident that took her life this morning.
Now, friends and family members are struggling to deal with the loss of Savana, and attempting to find answers about the accident that took her away.
Savana was a Rodriguez High School soccer player, she played on the team as a midfielder during her freshmen and sophomore years said Coach Vince Cowan.
"I knew her for three years, she was a junior, she played soccer," Coach Vince said. "She was a great kid. She was quiet, kind of kept to herself for the most part. By the end of the season she really opened up."
Coach Vince said that he was disappointed that Savana chose not to play soccer for the school during her junior year because she had tremendous skill.
"She was such a great player, when I did have her and I was really looking forward to her playing last season," Coach Vince said.
Coach Vince said he was in shock at hearing the news of Savana's death. Many of Savana's friends are also in a similar state.
"It’s so sad when we lose a young person, a good person you know?" said Coach Vince.
The California Highway Patrol said that Savana was driving a truck along Ramsey Road, just north of Gold Hill Road when she left the roadway and struck a tree.
The accident occurred shortly before 5:30 a.m., Friday according to the CHP. Savana sustained fatal injuries during the collision. The CHP is investigating the cause of the wreck and are asking anyone who may have witnessed the accident to contact them at (707) 428-2100.
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