Presley Melton, 16, holds a photo of her friend, Lindsay Craven, who was killed last year in a car crash that also injured Melton. Neighbors of Craven donated money to buy a fountain and plaque in her memory at Rock Hill High School, shown above.
Presley Melton, 16, holds a photo of her friend, Lindsay Craven, who was killed last year in a car crash that also injured Melton. Neighbors of Craven donated money to buy a fountain and plaque in her memory at Rock Hill High School, shown above.
Presley Melton, 16, holds a photo of her friend, Lindsay Craven, who was killed last year in a car crash that also injured Melton. Neighbors of Craven donated money to buy a fountain and plaque in her memory at Rock Hill High School, shown above.

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