GREENVILLE, SC (FOX Carolina) - Troopers with the South Carolina Highway Patrol said one person has died and another is in the hospital after a crash in Greenville County.

According to SCHP, at approximately 2 a.m. on Wednesday, a car was heading south on West Blue Ridge Drive when it went off the right side of the roadway and hit a metal utility pole.

Troopers said the driver was pronounced dead at the scene and the passenger was taken to Prisma Health in Greenville with injuries.

The coroner identified the driver that passed as Jasmyn Nicole Desera Guy, 22, of Taylors. 

Jasmyn's family says she was a loving mother to a two-year-old son and had a beautiful soul.

"Jasmyn was young, wild, carefree.  She was a 22-year-old gypsy who lived life to the beat of her own drum.  You couldn't tell Jasmyn anything, tell her to go right and she's going to go left.  Beautiful soul," said Jasmyn's Aunt Tessa Hubbard.

Her family wants others to learn from this tragic accident.

"Young people just please safe when you're out turning up, thinking you're turning up living life.  One wrong mistake, who you ride with, who you drive with, if you're driving, it can change your life," said Hubbard.

A GoFundMe to help with funeral expenses has been set up, and a memorial service will be held on Tuesday, June 29 from 2 p.m. - 4 p.m. at 6010 White Horse Road Greenville, SC 29611.

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