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Teen woman from Flower Mound killed during Spring Break drunk driving


FLOWER MOUND (CBS 11 NEWS) – A Flower Mound teen has died, after police say a drunk driver struck her early Friday morning.

A teen died during Spring Break involving on what police say a drunk driver early Friday morning.

Kasey Waychoff from Flower Mound, Texas, was 19-years-old and a sophomore at Oklahoma State University, was on Spring Break vacation with her sorority sisters in Gulf Shores, Alabama. Waychoff was walking on a bike path when a car drifted off the road and hit Waychoff, according to police reports.

Police arrested the 29-year-old, Justin Lott after pulling him over near the scene of the accident. Waychoff's parents rushed to Mobile, Alabama that Friday after receiving a call about the accident.

Wesley Waychoff, an older brother of the victim expressed on Instagram that Friday, “Words cannot express how much I love you. You weren't just my sister, you were my best friend.”

“He was the overprotective, good… big brother. And she was a great sister. But she was an even better friend,” said their uncle, Jeff Waychoff.

“She was always smiling. She had a beautiful smile. She was beautiful inside and out. She was humble. She’s easygoing, and she was just easy to be with” said Jeff Waychoff. “I just love my family and she was a big part of that. She was a real big part of that family. And that hurts ’cause she’s gone.”

Waychoff was a graduate of Flower Mound High School, but spent some of her childhood in Singapore, where her father worked at.

Students at OSU held a vigil for Waychoff on Wednesday night.

Source: CBS DFW "Flower Mound Teen Killed In Spring Break Accident". Staff, March 21, 2014