Toddler Tragically Dies in an Accident Along Bobby Jones at Wrightsboro Road in Augusta, Georgia
AUGUSTA, GEORGIA - A news report published on wjbf.com states that a child was tragically killed in an accident along the Bobby Jones Expressway.* Richmond County Coroner Mark Bowen stated that his office is investigating the death of a 19-month-old girl.
The Richmond County Sheriff's Office responded to a shopping center located on Windsor Springs Road due to calls concerning shots fired. The young child was a passenger in a motor vehicle that was involved in an accident on June 1 at around 9 PM. The accident occurred on Bobby Jones Expressway by Wrightsboro Road.
The was child was transported to Augusta University Medical Center by Emergency Medical Services for treatment. The Richmond County coroner stated that the child tragically died the following afternoon. No autopsy will be conducted.
The Richmond County Sheriff's Office will provide a major update and no additional information was been provided.
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