Fatal Wrong Way Accident Results in Death of 12 Year Old Girl
HAMPTON, GA – According to online news reports at 13maz.com and henryherald.com, a twelve year old girl died in a wrong way accident that involved three automobiles.*
A twelve year old girl died as a result of the impact of a crash that involved three vehicles. A total of six individuals sustained injuries in the accident that occurred over the weekend on Georgia Highway 19/41 due north of Circle Drive in Hampton.
According to local police, a Ford F-150 was going in a northerly direction in the southern lanes of the roadway when it slammed into a Mitsubishi Galant and a Chevrolet Suburban. The girl was a passenger in the Suburban, per a Henry County Police spokesperson.
Although the investigation remains open, the spokesperson indicates that the driver of the Ford F-150, who remains in the hospital, was the at-fault party for causing the crash. Police consider the accident as a possible driving while intoxicated case. The driver has not yet been charged for causing the accident.
The three passengers of the Chevrolet Suburban were transported to area hospitals for treatment.
There are no further details on the accident at this time. The crash remains under investigation by the local police. The status of the injured parties has not been released to the public.
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Source:https://www.13wmaz.com/article/news/crime/12-year-old-killed-in-henry-county-wrong-way-crash/93-84e3c9e1-c8e4-43e2-9066-fae97727c62c and https://www.henryherald.com/features/victim-identified-in-fatal-wrong-way-accident/article_f1b5a1ba-8b94-11e9-bea1-6f4f2480ef28.html
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