Recently the news is going viral over the internet about the killing and crash that happened in Mitchell County. The public is going through the internet to know more about this crash. Not just that they all also look into the victims as if there have been any injured person or not. Everyone is going through the internet to know more about the crash. In this article, we are going to give the details about the crash and not just that we are also going the details information about the victims of the crash. keep reading through the article to know more.
Montana Carroll Cairo Ga Dies
Car crash and losing a life in a car crash is very tragic for everyone. Losing someone in a crash can be very difficult for anyone. And when the student loses his life in the crash is very heartbroken for everyone. Not only their family suffers but the people around them also suffer. These days we all know how people seem to be careless on roads they don’t think much while driving. Everyone should be careful around roads not only on highways but always on roads. No one knows when something is going to happen.
And the recent the news about crash that happened on Monday evening is going viral over the internet. Everyone is looking into this crash as according to the sources there have been three injured people and not just that two people were killed in the crash. When the public gets to know about it they all started to go over the internet to know more about it. The Georgia State Patrol is doing an investigation regarding this crash. As not much information is revealed by the police.
According to our sources, Around 8:11 p.m., a Nissan was driving south on Georgia 122 when it hydroplaned, causing the driver to lose control of the car. According to GSP, the car began to rotate anticlockwise before swerving into the northbound lanes and colliding with a Kia being operated by a student from Cairo High School. According to GSP, Kia’s front end collided with the Nissan’s right rear passenger side, causing the driver to lose control and send the car into Georgia 112’s east ditch. Max Battensby, 24, and Montana Carroll, 18, the drivers of the Nissan and the Kia, respectively, died at the scene. The 20-year-old and 17-year-old Kia passengers, as well as the 24-year-old Nissan driver, were taken to the hospital to receive medical attention for their wounds.