Friends and family mourned the death of Toby Eagle, 20, a former counselor of Camp Gan Israel in Myrtle Beach, S.C. The Baltimore, Md.-native perished in a car accident last week as she and two friends were on their way from Baltimore to spend Shabbat in Myrtle Beach.

Police found Eagle dead in the front passenger seat and a 15-year-old companion thrown from the vehicle, which struck a pole on the side of the road and flipped onto an embankment. The 18-year-old driver survived with minor injuries; the other passenger was listed in critical condition at a nearby hospital.

Contrary to initial reports, Eagle was wearing a seat belt at the time of the accident.

Friends and former campers of the girls, including in Glasgow, Scotland, one of the Chabad-Lubavitch camps Eagle previously volunteered for, took upon themselves to do extra good deeds in Eagle's merit. Meanwhile, members of the greater Chabad-Lubavitch community worldwide recited Psalms for a speedy recovery for Orah Meital bas Bella, the Hebrew name of the critically injured girl.

On postings to blogs and other Web sites, friends remembered Eagle as one who possessed tremendous joy, love and appreciation for others.

"She was always helping anyone in need," wrote Rivkie Brownstein. "And I have never seen Toby without a big smile on her face."