Lutz, Floridan -- "I feel like he's here right now," said Ryan Schoel, a senior at Steinbrenner High School.
Ryan and members of Steinbrenner High School's wrestling team stop at the site where their friend and teammate spent the last moments of his life.
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"Last time he was having fun with the people he loved," said Ryan.
Flowers and a cross at the end of Sunlake Boulevard mark where 17-year-old Frank Vasquez and his girlfriend 16-year-old Kaylee Baer were parked around 12:30 Saturday morning when they were rear-ended by another vehicle.
"They didn't see the car coming came out of nowhere," Ryan said.
Ryan said the couple had just returned from a Keith Urban concert and had been waiting for Kaylee's curfew. Ryan said they were a happy couple.
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"He was happy with her I would see him in the halls always with her, always had a smile on his face."
Kaylee, a junior, is still in the hospital in serious condition. Frank died at St. Joseph's Hospital on Sunday. Team members say they lost a friend and a leader.
"[He was] always in a good mood, smiling, positive energy for the whole team," said Miguel Camajo, one of Frank's wrestling teammates.
Teammate Dan Coleman said, "Frank was a big brother to me. He took me under his shoulder when he didn't have to."
At Steinbrenner High School the school flag flies at half staff. It's homecoming week, a time for celebration, instead, students are in mourning as they write messages of condolences for Frank's family and words of encouragement to Kaylee.
Frank's parking space #283 is where students come to remember the Steinbrenner High School Warrior.
Frank's friends say they will try to live as Frank lived.
"Don't give in. Work as hard as possible even if you're down and out -- do it. You never know when your last day is going to be," Dylan Thompson said.
The wrestling season starts next month. Steinbrenner High School's wrestling team say they will dedicate the season to their friend and teammate Frank Vasquez -- and turn to him for guidance and support.
The Florida Highway Patrol says the accident is still under investigation.
According to FHP, the driver a 23-year-old man named John West fled the scene but turned himself in that afternoon.