Vigil held to remember car accident victim

By: Megan Palera
mpalera@klkntv.com

The Lincoln High student was looking forward to graduating and starting the next chapter of her life. Tuesday night, her passion for life was kept alive in thoughts and words.

The death of Cayliss Mothershed has hit a lot of people hard. Her friends hold each other for support as they cry and grieve over this beautiful young girl. “She always had something nice to say. She was never down about anything,” said Kameron Neeman.

It's that memory this group will remember forever as they come together to light a candle in Cayliss' memory, write down a goodbye message and share stories of the Lincoln High student.

It as a gathering of old friends and new friend, even those who only knew her in passing. But it speaks volumes to the impact the 17-year-old had on people's lives and now a guardian angel looking over them.

There was another passenger in the car with Cayliss on Monday. She was taken to the hospital and is said to be improving. Police are still investigating what exactly caused the accident.