Georgia Department of Natural Resources Releases Details Concerning a Savannah Boat Accident
SAVANNAH, GEORGIA - An accident news story published on wjcl.com states that the Georgia Department of Natural Resources has released additional information concerning last weekend's boat accident that injured two boaters.*
Last Monday, the Georgia Department of Natural Resources identified the two victims as a 16-year-old female and a 16-year-old male. The news report states that Georgia Game Wardens answered the call boat accident in Turners Creek in Chatham County.
The boat collided with a bridge pylon, and the two accident victims sustained injuries and were taken to Memorial Hospital for medical treatment. One of the accident victims was thrown from the boat.
The Chatham Emergency Services responded and arrived at the accident scene at around 6 PM. The boat crashed in the area of Bryan Woods Road and Highway 80 by the Paula Deen's Creek House restaurant.
The Georgia Department of Natural Resources will provide more information as new information becomes available. The boating accident is currently under investigation by the Georgia Department of Natural Resources.
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