A small community in Tennessee is mourning after a fiery crash took the lives of five people and an unborn baby. Four of those killed were high school cheerleaders coming home from a football game. The accident is being blamed on poor weather.
The SUV the cheerleaders were in hydroplaned and flipped then crashing and catching on fire on a back road that was described as foggy and wet. A passenger in the other car died; three others were injured and a 22-year-old passenger lost her unborn child.
Two of the cheerleaders were sisters. The small school of about 800 students were stunned to hear the news and grief counselors were offered to those that wanted to talk. Funeral services for all the victims are pending.