Sally Clark, left, and Grace Jordan, right, died Sunday in Huntersville Contributed photo
Two Lincoln County teen-agers died Sunday after the car they were riding in was hit by another vehicle in Huntersville.
Anna â€œGraceâ€ Jordan of Denver and Sally McKenzie Clark of Iron Station, both 19, were cousins and best friends. They both attended college in Raleigh.
Huntersville police said sometime early Sunday morning a car crashed into a Honda Accord carrying the two girls. The 18-year-old driver was listed in serious condition at Carolinas Medical Center Sunday.
The 22-year-old driver of the other car was treated and released from the facility.
Grace was a freshman psychology major at North Carolina State University. She graduated from East Lincoln High School in 2002.
Obituary information provided by the family says Grace took great pride in her work in the genetics lab at N.C. State.
Grace will be remembered for her thoughtfulness and love of animals, especially her boxer, Mason.
â€œPeople commented on how thoughtful Grace was, as she never forgot a birthday or special day,â€ the obituary says. â€œShe was true to her name, bringing grace to the people who loved her.â€
Sally, described as outgoing, radiant and talented, was a freshman at Peace College. She graduated from Charlotte Country Day School in 2003.
Sally loved country music and was considering attending a music school in Nashville. She sang in the church choir at Grace Covenant Church in Cornelius.
She was dedicated to her family and friends, as well as God and her church, her obituary says.The families of both girls will receive friends at the home of Sallyâ€™s parents, 270 Inverlochy Road, from 7 to 9 tonight. A funeral will be held at 1 p.m. Tuesday at Grace Covenant Church in Cornelius.