Mallory Rose Massmann. She was a very outgoing young woman, and a talented athlete. Still a kid at heart, she loved being around family and friends, especially her boyfriend, Sammie Kelsey. She was loved by so many people at my school, and we will never forget her. When we heard of her passing, the school was bare. Hallways empty, no one barely at school, and the teachers were very upset. Her little sister, Paige Marie Massmann, was absolutely devasted by the hearing of her role model's death. I can only imagine the tremendous melancholy of her, and her family. The crash was located on a country road out by Sequoyah Public Schools. She was on her way home from hanging out with her friends at Cherry Berry, a local teen hotspot located in downtown Claremore, when her mother told her to be home by 9:30. As she was frantically trying to hurry home, she was going 65 mph. As she came up the hill on E 450 Road, for some odd reason she swerved, some believe she was trying to avoid a deer, she lost control of her 1998 Oldsmobile Sedan and hit a fence, and rolled 1 1/3 quarter times finally coming to a rest against another tree. The police believe she was unconscious at the time she wrecked. 9:45 p.m. Her parents, worrying, went looking for there daughter at 10:15 p.m. Sadly, they found the wreckage of her mangled car stuck in a tree. As paramedics arrived, they used the Jaws Of Life to try and rescue her, it took 2 hours to finally get her lifeless body out of her car. When they did get her out of the car, they told the parents to leave the scene, because they didn't want her to see the body of their daughter. Unfortunately, she was pronounced dead at the scene due to massive injuries. So this is a lesson, to all first year drivers, that you should be extra careful. Even on your way home, because surveys tell that 79% of fatal crashes are located just 3 miles away from home. R.I.P Mallory! You will be dearly missed! Have fun in heaven, pretty girl.