79-Year-Old Woman from Gwinnett Tragically Died in Oconee County, Georgia Accident
OCONEE COUNTY, GA – According to an online news report at ajc.com, a 79-year-old woman from Lawrenceville, Georgia tragically died late last week in an Oconee County accident.*
The accident involved a FedEx driver, per authorities. The Georgia State Patrol was dispatched to the scene of the two-vehicle accident on Georgia Highway 316 in the late afternoon hours. According to investigators, a 79-year-old woman was attempting to cross the highway from South Burson Avenue when her Buick Verano was hit by a Ford T-250 that was driven by a contractor for FedEx. The van’s driver, a 22-year-old man from Union Point, Georgia, was headed eastbound on Georgia Highway 316 when the woman drove right into the path of his vehicle.
The woman, who was from Gwinnett County, tragically died at the scene of the accident. The accident is currently under investigation however, no charges are expected to be filed.
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