Former volleyball standout home for Thanksgiving dies along with her father in crash, team says

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The Creekview High School community mourns the loss of a former volleyball star and her father who died in an accident.
Alivia Mynes, 18, and Chris Mynes, 52, died in the Cherokee County crash on Thanksgiving morning.
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The Creekview volleyball team confirmed that Alivia was a former team standout and just finished her freshman season at Bryan College in Tennessee.
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"Alivia was loved by many and will be remembered for her kind, sweet, beautiful spirit," the Creekview volleyball team posted on Facebook. "Chris was a devoted father to his two daughters and the love of their life."
The crash sent Chris' wife Jennifer and their youngest daughter Sydney to the hospital. Sydney is a junior volleyball player at Creekview.
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According to the Cherokee County Sheriff's Office, the Mynes family was traveling west on the Knox Bridge Highway near Scott Hudgens Drive at about 11:30 a.m.
MPs said a driver in a Ford F-150 headed east and crossed the center line. The truck collided with Mynes' SUV, killing Chris in the driver's seat and Alivia in the back seat.
MPs said the truck driver, a 24-year-old from Canton, was taken to Wellstar Kennestone Hospital with non-life-threatening injuries. Two other cars were also involved in the accident, nobody was hurt. The accident is being further investigated.
A GoFundMe has been set up to support the Mynes family.
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