A 19-year-old woman was struck and killed by a train while having photos taken of her on the tracks in a bid to launch a modeling career.
The models mother, Hakamie Stevenson told reporters that her daughter, Fredzania Thompson, was standing between two sets of railroad tracks tracks Friday during a modeling shoot, and she was struck and killed by the train
When Fredzania attempted to out of the way of one train coming on one set of tracks, she inadvertently moved onto the other tracks and was struck by a Union Pacific train was coming in the opposite direction.
The above photo is the last image of Fredzenia, who attended Blinn College in Bryan, Texas.
Zanie, who would have turned 20 on Monday, was a 2015 graduate of Navasota High School where she had scholarships for being a star volleyball player.
Stevenson said her daughter was known as a role model and a leader to her younger siblings and her friends knew her as a hair and makeup wiz.
Thompson was also engaged to her 25-year-old boyfriend, Darnell Chatman.
Chatman said the couple had just recently found out they were expecting a child together and was four weeks pregnant at the time of the tragedy.
May she rest in peace.