Single vehicle wreck kills woman

Written by  Tuesday, 22 July 2014 09:05

  A single vehicle wreck in Screven County killed a woman over the weekend.  According to the Georgia State Patrol about 12:30 Sunday afternoon 40 year old Amy Flanders of Rocky Ford was driving her sport utility vehicle south on the Scarboro Highway, also known as Georgia Highway 17, near Island Road when for some reason not yet known, she swerved to the right.  The SUV ran off the road, ran into a ditch and overturned. 

 

  The State Patrol report said Flanders was not wearing a seat belt. 

 

  The accident is still under investigation by the Georgia State Patrol.

 

 

 

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