Four Teenage Girls Hurt in Coweta County Crash
Posted on Dec 19, 2011
Two vehicles collided on State Highway 154 last month leaving four teenage girls injured from the wreck. The accident happened on Wednesday, November 16, 2011 around 3:45 p.m. at the intersection of Highway 154 and Freestone Drive in Coweta County, Georgia.
According to authorities, a Jeep Cherokee and an SUV collided at the intersection. The cause of the crash is under investigation and has not yet been reported to the media. A representative of the Coweta County Fire Department has said that the driver’s side of the Jeep was hit by the SUV.
Jeff Denney, an assistant fire chief with the Coweta County Fire Department, told the media that one of the four teenage girls had to be airlifted to an Atlanta hospital. Her identity has not yet been released to the media. However, Mr. Denney did say that she was riding in the backseat of the Jeep Cherokee without a seat belt. Her condition at the accident scene was described as unconscious and unresponsive.
Two other girls were taken by ambulance to area hospitals, and the father of the fourth girl refused transport to the hospital for his daughter.
Our Atlanta auto accident attorneys extend our best wishes for a full and fast recovery to all the girls injured in this crash.