Three People Tragically Killed in a Wrong-way Accident on GA 365
HALL COUNTY, GEORGIA - A news story published on nowhabersham.com reports that the Hall County Sheriff's Office is currently investigating a severe wrong-way driver accident that tragically killed three people along GA 365.*
The Hall County Sheriff's Office deputies and Hall County Fire Services crews responded to a nearly head-on collision just south of Kubota Way at around 12:10 AM.
According to the initial accident investigation, a 27-year-old woman from Lilburn was operating her vehicle southbound in one of the northbound lanes of GA 365. The woman then struck a northbound 2015 Jeep Patriot Sport. The Jeep Patriot Sport was being driven by a 23-year-old woman from Cleveland. The Jeep Patriot Sport then flipped over and onto its side and then caught on fire.
Tragically, the drivers and one passenger died in the collision. Following the initial crash, a northbound Chevrolet Tahoe struck accident debris in the roadway. The occupants in the Chevrolet Tahoe were uninjured.
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