Tragic Crash Kills Reality Star Who Appeared on Little Women: Atlanta
SOUTH FULTON, GA- People.com writes that a car crash killed a reality show star who appeared on Little Women: Atlanta. Initial reports incorrectly reported that the woman died in a hit-and-run collision. The actual incident was a head-on wreck that occurred in the late evening on Old National Highway.*
Police stated that the victim was driving her Nissan Sentra southbound when she struck a curb and then lost control of the car drifting into oncoming traffic. The Nissan collided with a Ford Focus head-on. Responders rushed the woman to the hospital with severe injuries. Sadly, the woman died the following day. The other driver was also injured in the collision. The incident was not a hit-and-run as no one involved left the scene of the crash. The two cars were the only ones involved in the wreck. None of the reports indicate that alcohol was a factor in the incident.
Early statements had indicated that the victim was killed in a hit-and-run crash, but it appears that those reports were not accurate. Updates have since included the corrections. At the time of her death, the victim was 34 years old. The woman’s fellow cast members spoke about the loss on social media platforms expressing their sadness. A statement from a representative from the show stated that the victim was loved by both the crew and the cast and that she would do anything for the people that she loved.
Car crashes killed 1,504 people in Georgia in 2018. While the numbers indicated a small decline, each year, the state still suffers a large number of tragedies as the result of traffic violence.
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