Kansas cheerleader killed in motorcycle crash
EMPORIA, Kan. (BIKER DAD) — A Kansas cheerleader killed in a motorcycle crash was a “kind, sweet, individual” according to the announcement made on Emporia State University Athletics Facebook page. Jordan Kelly, a former Emporia State cheerleader, died in the crash Wednesday.
The university also wrote:
It is with heavy hearts we announce the passing of one of our own in the Hornet Cheer Family. Jordan passed away early this morning after a motorcycle accident. Jordan was a member of the 2019-2020 ESU Cheer Squad. Jordan was a kind, sweet, and caring individual. She was an amazing and talented teammate, and we will always be grateful for the joy she brought to our squad each day. We will miss her tremendously. We extend thoughts and prayers to all of Jordan’s friends and family as they grieve the loss of this amazing young woman. #foreverahornet
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According to KSNT television Hamilton Max Byram, 28, was operating the motorcycle and didn’t make acurve. He also died in the crash.