Girl in Critical Condition after a Three-Vehicle Car Crash in Smyrna, Georgia
SMYRNA, GA – According to an online news report at fox5atlanta.com, a girl is in critical condition after a three-vehicle car accident in Smyrna, Georgia.*
The accident occurred over the weekend on South Cobb Drive close to Lois Street. The mother of the girl that was injured indicates that the girl sustained serious head trauma and damage to her spine. She is currently in critical condition at an area hospital in Atlanta.
"She's my best friend. I don't know what I am going to do without her. She is my only child," the girl’s mother stated.
The Georgia State Patrol is currently conducting an investigation of the accident. They indicate that a driver crossed over the roadway, slammed into a vehicle, and then hit into the vehicle where the young girl was located. According to the girl’s mother, the sister of the girl sustained two broken legs as a result of the impact of the crash.
The family is pressing to learn what caused the accident in the first place. "At this time what we are trying to do is be as supportive and helpful as we can be for her," the family’s attorney stated. "Right now, we don't know details about what happened to the person who is at fault."
The girl’s mother indicates that she is a second-grader at a local elementary school in Atlanta, Georgia. There are no further details on the accident at this time. The crash remains under investigation by the local police.
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