Community Remembers Fallen Teen Through Social Media

Hannah Kriss died Tuesday in a car crash at Old Joppa and Mountain Roads.

An 18-year-old graduate lost her life in a car accident Tuesday, and the outpouring of support and grief is evident through social media.

Hannah Kriss, of the 100 block of Theodora Court in Forest Hill, died at the scene of the crash after and brushed one car then hit a second head-on, according to Maryland State Police Bel Air Barrack.

See messages of love and sorrow posted in the storify piece above.

Do you have your own fond memories of Hannah? Share your thoughts, comments and condolences below.

Daley-Clark August 16, 2012 at 07:26 PM
So sad, you and your family are in my prayers
BlueStarMom August 19, 2012 at 04:17 PM
Hold your child tighter tonight. They are a gift that can be gone at any minute. I pray for the parents grief to be lightened by the joy she has brought you while she was here.
Bob August 21, 2012 at 06:44 PM
i think this is stupid..... writing to the dead on their facebook... what are they gonna read it????? and if the family dont know the password it not like they can read it...... such a waste of time...... I bet thats what she was checking when she crashed her FACEBOOK.....
Kirsten Dize August 21, 2012 at 06:59 PM
Police are not sure what caused the crash. There has been no official statement that a phone was involved. That is strictly rumor and speculation at this point.
Ashley August 21, 2012 at 08:28 PM
People grieve in different ways. I used to write letters to my father and leave them on his grave. It didn't matter if he never read them, just like it doesn't matter that she'll never read them.
Jess August 21, 2012 at 09:17 PM
I feel like I'm just feeding a troll, or worse, taking notice of a presumptuous and insensitive person who cannot construct a sentence, but I'm calling you out, Bob. You make an awfully big assumption here, and I'm not even sure why. This was not an article titled "Tell Us What You Think About The Way People Grieve, And Be Sure to Be Hurtful While Doing It." I know the Patch doesn't force readers to click on stories. What exactly was your intent when you clicked on this story and left your venomous, poorly worded comment?
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