займы онлайн займ на карту займ онлайн микрозайм онлайн займы на карту микрозаймы на карту микрозаймы онлайн микрозайм на карту кредит онлайн на карту микрокредит онлайн займ на карту онлайн займ онлайн на карту срочный займ на карту кредит на карту срочный займ займы онлайн на карту займы на карту онлайн кредит на карту срочно онлайн кредит на карту срочные займы онлайн займ на карту микрокредит онлайн на карту микрокредиты онлайн быстрый займ на карту кредиты онлайн на карту онлайн займ кредит на карту онлайн микрозаймы онлайн на карту кредит срочно займы на карту срочно займ на карту срочно микрокредит на карту займ на карту мгновенно быстрые займы на карту займ онлайн круглосуточно займ денег взять займ онлайн займ быстрый займ онлайн микрозайм на карту срочно быстрые займы онлайн онлайн займы онлайн займы на банковскую карту срочные займы на карту микрокредиты на карту онлайн кредиты на карту взять кредит онлайн на банковскую карту микрозайм срочный кредит займы онлайн на карту срочно

Aberdeen cheerleader killed in 18-wheeler accident

Gwendolyn "Elise" Mobley

At about 7:23 a.m. On Tuesday morning, a northbound 18 wheeler hauling jet fuel on Old Highway 8 West in Aberdeen, hit a 2011 Honda car, killing the 16-year-old driver.

Gwendolyn “Elise” Mobley was a high school student at Houston High School. She was driving east toward Aberdeen and was on her way to cheerleader practice.
Mobley, who also participated in cross-country, was a senior cheerleader and was heading to school to help prepare a workshop for the junior girls for the upcoming school year. Other school organizations, including the band and sports teams were also at school early to prepare for their individual activities.
Mobley was taken to Pioneer Community Hospital in Aberdeen and was pronounced dead at arrival at 8:12 a.m., according to Alan Gurley, Monroe County Coroner. The official cause of death was multiple trauma.
Mobley lived on Old Highway 8.
The driver of the 18-wheeler was from Tuscaloosa and was taken to Pioneer Community Hospital in Aberdeen for observation.
The accident is being investigated by Aberdeen Police Department and the Monroe County Coroner’s Office.
Funeral services will be Thursday morning at 10 a.m. At First United Methodist Church of Aberdeen. Tisdale-Lann Memorial Funeral Home of Aberdeen is in charge of funeral arrangements.



  1. BondeMommy

    Tim, she may have been texting, but the 18 wheeler hit her. If she was not looking at her phone, the truck still would have hit her.

  2. Thump

    From what I have been told…and its still just hear say…she pulled out in front of the truck. Attention was not on the road but what was on her phone. One second of looking away caused her to make that fatal mistake.Its sad but its happening way too much with people and the need to use the cell phone and text while driving.

    • Elise's MOTHER

      she was NOT texting… I know this for a fact.. I am her mother…. hope you never ever have to feel the way I just did when I read your post.. you have obviously never lost a child

  3. JohnnyPhillipMorris

    Tim, she may have been texting, but the 18 wheeler hit her. If she was not looking at her phone, the truck still would have hit her.~BondeMommy

    So, following that convoluted logic, had the cheerleader been intoxicated when she was “hit by the 18-wheeler,” alcohol consumption would not have been the contributing factor in her death?

    • Karina

      So are you asking if she was drunk?She was headed to cheer camp in the morning.and there was no alcohol in her system

  4. BondeMommy

    That is not what I am saying. Unfortunately, the young girl passed away because of a mistake on the truckers behalf. He went in her lane, so how does that turn get turned around into a texting and driving accident? Was it because she was 16 years old that she got blamed with this. The fact of the matter is she was not intoxicated so why even read between the lines?

    • Karina

      I knew Elise she was a great person to be around.And i know that she wouldnt have been drunk on her way to cheer camp that was a passion to her.so,why would she go intoxicated?

  5. JohnnyPhillipMorris

    Has it been determined that the truck driver was at fault?

    I did not mean to suggest that alcohol was involved in this accident. My point was that text messaging while driving is just as dangerous to public safety as driving under the influence of alcohol and even the US military prohibits text messaging while driving on military bases.

    • BondeMommy

      Oh I agree with that. Texting while driving has become a major issue! I see it everyday and in fact almost got hit yesterday by texting and driving.

  6. JohnnyPhillipMorris

    Sadly, a popular, privately-owned, Mississippi-grown cellphone provider (with links to disgraced congressman “Chip” Pickering) will lobby to prevent any attempt by the “kept” legislature to pass any meaningful legislation that would prohibit text messaging while driving.

    Mississippi may be the poorest state economically, but has the best politicians money can buy.

  7. Raindancer

    There was a lady in the Seattle area that had a wreck Thursday afternoon (08-11-11) on I-5 that resulted in her rolling her SUV and her 6 month old infant being thrown from the vehicle, separating it from the car seat it was strapped into. They think the cause was her possibly texting. They don’t know if the baby will make it or not.

    This is why texting or even being on a cell phone while a vehicle is on should be against the law in every state. Anyone caught should receive a very hefty ticket. Especially seeing how it has become more dangerous and causes more fatalities/wrecks than actual drinking and driving. The road is dangerous enough as is, but having people being so distracted while behind the wheel is just stupid. I wish that any driver that causes a wreck while on their phone should be charged with a felony.

    So sad to hear that this girl passed away, but maybe her death can spread a much needed message and further push states to ban cell phone usage while driving. Especially to those under the age of 18. I think if someone under 18 is texting and driving and caught, they should have their license revoked for 6 months to a year.

  8. JohnnyPhillipMorris

    The most effective punishment for texting while driving would be the revocation of the accused’s drivers’s license for a specified period of time.

  9. Karina

    My heart is still broken she was a very nice person,my heart goes out to the Mobley family.Fly high Elise Fly high.

  10. nancy

    There Is NO evidence she was on phone or texting. The sun was in her eyes and she may have been blinded per driver behind her. Don’t create more drama from this horrible tragedy without the facts to support.

  11. Elise's MOTHER

    I am Elise Mobley’s mother.. I just happened upon this today as I was thinking of my beautiful daughter.. she was NOT texting, she was certainly NOT drunk!! She made a mistake and pulled out in front of the truck! It was a mistake, it is a bad intersection and from all accounts she just did not see the truck!! you all are an example of how things get so misconstrued and convoluted because people who know nothing about a situation start to judge!! obviously you all have not ever lost a child to a situation like this or you would understand how terribly painful it is to read junk like this!!

  12. McCoy

    Some of your commetns are the dumbest thing I have ever read! Why would you ever comment about something you know nothing about? Elise was NOT on her phone and was most certainly NOT intoxicated!! The nerve of you to leave that kind of comment absolutely unbelievable

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

You may use these HTML tags and attributes: <a href="" title=""> <abbr title=""> <acronym title=""> <b> <blockquote cite=""> <cite> <code> <del datetime=""> <em> <i> <q cite=""> <s> <strike> <strong>