SAN ANTONIO -- A 16-year-old girl was killed late Wednesday after police say she barreled into a field and crashed into a tree.
The Medical Examiner’s Office has confirmed the girl’s identity as Andrea Reyna.
Aubrey Chancellor, a spokeswoman for the Northeast Independent School District, said the teen attended Roosevelt High School.
"She was a junior enrolled in the data program at Roosevelt," Chancellor said. "She was a fantastic student and a member of the softball team."
Police tell News 4 San Antonio that the girl was traveling southbound on Crosswinds Way and was approaching Interstate 35 when she lost control of her vehicle while driving on a curve. The accident occurred around 11:20 p.m. Wednesday.
Authorities say she died upon impact. Police are investigating if speed or slick roads may have been a factor in the crash.