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SUV Crashed into Georgia Home

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According to the Atlanta Journal-Constitution, a Lincoln Navigator crashed into a Georgia home this weekend. It was the Bryant family who faced this tragic SUV house crash.

The SUV was traveling at a high rate of speed and knocked down several mailboxes and bushes and hit a parked car before crashing into the left side of the home about 50 feet of Berea Road in Douglasville, Georgia.

George Michael Bryant was watching a movie with his wife, daughter and two grandchildren last night. As a result of this crash, George Michael was killed and his 9 year old granddaughter is in critical condition.

The driver of the SUV is William Steward, 47 years old of Douglas County. Steward was taken to the hospital but his condition is currently unknown.

Douglas County coroner Randy Daniel said, “I’ve been a coroner for 27 years, and I’ve never seen nothing like this. Never. Never.”

George Michael’s wife is in fair condition at Atlanta Medical Center and his daughter, Shannon Bryant, and 13 year old grandson were treated at a hospital and have already been released.

One of the neighbors said, “It looks like a bus hit it.”

Because this could lead to a criminal prosecution, the State Patrol’s Specialized Collision Reconstruction Team responded to the scene. Apparently, Steward could face vehicular homicide.