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MIRAMAR (CBSMiami) – Friends and family are gathering Tuesday to honor the life of a Miramar teen killed in a tragic accident on I-75.

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Liza Angulo, a 17-year-old recent graduate from American Heritage High School in Plantation, was killed in a chain reaction crash on May 29. Angulo crashed into a tractor trailer, causing concrete walls to fall on her car. The tractor trailer had collided with another car in the southbound lanes of I-75. The driver of that car, 29-year-old Jonathan Astaphan, was also killed and his passenger was taken to the hospital.

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Angulo graduated two weeks ago. The high school’s principal, Elise Blum, said after the accident she was “devastated” and that she “didn’t want to believe it really, that it was our Liza.”

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Blum said Angulo was a “bright” and “intelligent” student who planned to attend to the University of Miami.