A teenage mother who beat cancer two times has died alongside her two teen friends.
17-year-old Aria Mia Gonzalez was a Kansas girl and cancer survivor who gave birth to a baby girl named Se’vyn Sayori Gonzalez in May earlier this year.
Now, the teenager tragically died in a car accident along with her two 19-year-old friends, Ashanti Hill and Anaiyah Lewis.
According to the reports, Hill was heading north in a Ford Taurus on Emanual Cleaver II Boulevard in Kansas City when she lost control of her car and plowed into a tree.
In the crash, all three teenagers suffered fatal injuries. They were pronounced dead at the scene.
Since then, it was revealed that Aria was a cancer survivor who was first diagnosed with Ewing Sarcoma back in 2013. After beating the disease that occurs in the bones and soft tissues, the girl went into remission.
In 2017, after she fell pregnant, the 17-year-old found out that her cancer had returned. Despite the diagnosis, the girl safely delivered her first child just weeks after her diagnosis.
“She was a beloved family member/friend who brought immense joy to those around her. Our real life warrior who overcame so many tough obstacles,” the young lady’s cousin, Ari Ella, wrote in a GoFundMe fundraiser.
“At the young age of 14, Mia was diagnosed with Ewing Sarcoma. She went into remission and then 3 years later was diagnosed again with cancer. Mia was 30 weeks pregnant at the time. She gave birth to her daughter and had to go through the challenges of being a young mom and battling cancer again.
“In the wake of this devastating loss, we are coming together to support Mia’s mother Ada Camaraza during this incredibly challenging time.
She leaves behind a young child Se’vyn Sayori Gonzalez.We aim to provide financial assistance to cover memorial expenses and alleviate the immediate financial burdens faced by the family. ”
Ella concluded that the funds would go toward setting up a “meaningful memorial” for Mia and providing financial support for her young daughter.
Our thoughts remain with Aria’s loved ones during this challenging time.