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February 3, 2003

Valdosta - A South Georgia woman was killed over the weekend in an early morning car crash.

Twenty-one year old ZaZa Clay died on impact when her Mazda 626 smashed into a tree on the corner of North and Toombs streets around 3:30 Sunday morning.

Earlier in the evening, she had been involved in a dispute at Mixers Night Club. Nineteen year old Tomika Evans was arrested for breaking a beer bottle over Clay's head. Investigators don't know what caused Clay to lose control of her car, but do not think the earlier incident had anything to do with it.

"We've been brought into the investigation to see if the two incidents were connected, but all we can tell now is that she lost control of her vehicle and the other party had nothing to do with it," said Sgt. Steve Owens, Valdosta Police Department.

The passenger in the car with Clay is listed in fair condition at South Georgia Medical Center.

posted at 1:45 by ashley.harper@walb.com

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