18-year-old dies in crash hours after graduation, Louisiana cops say. ‘No one like her’

An 18-year-old died in a car accident hours after graduating from high school in Louisiana, officials said.
The 18-year-old woman died around 2 p.m. when two vehicles collided. Eastern time on Saturday, May 21, in Sulfur, about 135 miles west of Baton Rouge, police told KPLC.
The Sulfur Police Department could not be reached by McClatchy News for comment.
Sulfur High School later identified the student as Jesse Harmon in a Facebook post. Graduation from the school took place at 10 a.m. on the same day, according to the website of the Calcasieu Municipality School Board.
"It is with a heavy heart that we send our deepest condolences to the family, friends and everyone who was fortunate enough to know and love Jesse Harmon," the school wrote. "Counselors will be available at school this week for students in need."
Friends and fellow students expressed their sorrow on social media.
"...I realized there really is no one like her," wrote Julia McCurry, who says she danced with Harmon on Sulfur High School's Twisters Dance Team. "She was hilarious, the absolute BEST storyteller and so kind to everyone."
The Twisters, a Sulfur High jazz and pom dance team, wrote that team members could not describe their grief at the loss of one of their beloved dancers.
"She was the teammate everyone aspires to," read a post on the team's Facebook page. "She was supportive of everyone, worked hard for the person next to her and was the most genuine soul. Any twister who has had the pleasure of dancing with her will say the same thing: "There is no one like Jesse!"
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