CHESAPEAKE, Va. (WAVY) - A recent high school graduate was killed after she was hit in a head-on crash Tuesday night. The driver of the other vehicle was also killed.
According to police, around 8 p.m., a dark colored SUV was traveling eastbound on Moses Grandy Trail when it struck a small four door sedan that was traveling westbound.
The drivers of both vehicles died in the accident. The driver of the SUV was identified as 64-year-old Dennis Shea, of the 2400 block of River Oaks Drive, in Chesapeake.
The driver of the sedan was 18-year-old Jazmine Forman, of the 300 block of San Roman Drive, also in Chesapeake.
WAVY.com has learned Foreman was a Norfolk State University softball recruit. The Grassfield High School graduate was one of nine players who signed to play for the Spartans beginning in the 2011-2012 school year. NSU interim head softball coach Heidi Cavallo issued the following statement:
"The Norfolk State softball family and the entire University community are saddened by the news of this tragic event involving one of our student-athletes. Our thoughts and prayers go out to the Foreman family in this very difficult time.
"Jazmine was an extremely talented player on the field, but more importantly was an even better person off the field. She was a great student in the classroom and was an energetic personality who brought so much joy to everyone around her. My prayers and condolences go out to the Foreman family as well as the entire Grassfield community."
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