A motorcycle crash on Tuesday killed 29-year-old Jennifer Morgan Fram, a Gulf Shores resident.
The crash happened on Highway 59 near Cove Ave., around 10:45 p.m. Tuesday night.
There was another vehicle involved, but that driver only suffered minor injuries.
Fram was released early from prison last year after serving time for killing her boyfriend, local musician Nicholas “Nick” Thor Markow in a crash back in April of 2012.
Fram and Markow both apparently had drugs including cocaine and alcohol in their systems; Fram was at the wheel when she veered off the road and hit a sign and a utility pole.
At the time police tested her, she had a .179 blood alcohol level.
Markow was ejected from the car and died; Fram faced a jury that December where she pleaded guilty to reckless murder. She had received at least four DUIs in Mobile County.
The couple had left a rehearsal dinner where Markow was set to be the best man.
Sally Lambert is a bride-to-be and called into News 5 today to say that Fram was set to be a bridesmaid next month and changed her life after her time behind bars.
“After prison, Morgan was an amazing person. Selfless, caring, supportive. If you needed anything she was the one to go to. She loved her our babies,” said Lambert.
She most recently worked at Gulf Shores Power Sport, a motorcycle shop in Gulf Shores.
The owner of Hog Wild Beach and Barbecue said that Fram also worked for that business after prison.
“She was always so happy and so cheerful. She made you be in a good mood just by being around her and our entire staff will always miss her,” said Caitlin Allen via social media.