Baseball caps and cars: How to honor the memory of 23-year-old killed in Pleasantville crash
PLEASANTVILLE — Baseball caps and show cars will be welcome at the wake of Pleasantville's Leishla M. Molina, at the request of her mother.
"Please wear your favorite baseball cap. Leishla Molina loved her baseball caps and it would make me really happy to see you all like that," her mother, Nancy Quinones, wrote on her Facebook page
Molina's wake is scheduled for the Greenridge Funeral Home in Atlantic City on Thursday from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m., her mom wrote on her Facebook page. The funeral home will hold a car meet during the wake, according to another post shared by Quinones.
Molina died early Sunday morning when her car crossed Delilah Road from Route 30 in Pleasantville and went into a utility pole, authorities have said.
No other vehicles were involved with the crash.