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| Childers, Schlueter & Smith

According to Fox News, four people died when a pickup truck going the wrong way on Interstate 95 collided head on with a minivan about a week ago. They were headed from New York to Florida.

Georgia State Patrol said that the I-95 southbound was closed for about four hours after the accident around 6:30 a.m., south of Savannah in Richmond Hill.

“Alcohol is going to be a factor,” said Trooper Chris Cuddington. He also said that the pickup was headed north in the center southbound lane.

Michael Delph, 28 years old from Clemson, South Carolina was the driver of the truck and the female driver and two men in the minivan were killed from this tragic accident.

The female driver was Michelle Carryl, 41 years old from Apopka, Florida and the passengers were Cyril Millington, 59 years old from Queens, New York and Dwight Spencer, around 19 years old, from Apopka.

This car accident is still under investigation.

One Comment

  1. Gravatar for jc

    My sympathy to the family of lives lost. When will people stop drinking and driving.

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