Friends remember pregnant Johnston Co. woman killed in crash
Angela Taylor had just left a relative's home in Milburn.
The Oklahoma Highway Patrol says Taylor, 18, turned her SUV onto Highway 78, failed to yield to a semi and was T-boned.
The semi pushed her SUV into a tree.
"Our prayers and thoughts do go out for them, we know it was very unfortunate," Johnston County EMS Director Kenny Power said.
"She had a very good heart, she cared a lot about people," Heather Truett.
The news left former church youth leader Heather Truett heartbroken.
"She was too young," Truett said.
Taylor died at an Oklahoma City hospital Saturday morning , she was pregnant.
"She was always really good with kids and I think she would've been a great mom," Truett said.
Truett says Taylor holds a special place in her heart, because Taylor is the first person she led to Christ.
"There was just something different about Angela, I don't know,"Truett said, "I connected with her in a way, I can't explain it."
Truett says Taylor became like family to her, and shared a special bond over a bible.
"She said, 'Oh I love this Bible,' " Truett said. "And I said keep it, it's yours. She said, 'No you keep it, that way every time you see it, you'll think of me.' "
A GoFundMe account has been set up to help with funeral expenses.