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Bainbridge High School graduate killed in car wreck

By Tayleigh Davis - bio | email

BAINBRIDGE, GA (WALB) -  A Decatur County teen died Saturday morning, a day after he wrecked his car in Clay County

The Decatur County Sheriff's office confirms 18-year old Dylan Faircloth died at Archbold Medical Center. Rescue crews airlifted him to the hospital Friday afternoon. Troopers say around 1:30 p.m. he over-corrected and crashed his car on US 27 in Bluffton.

Faircloth was ejected from his 2007 Chrysler Aspen and he was not wearing his seat belt.

Decatur County officials say Faircloth, who recently graduated from Bainbridge High School, was an honor student and a captain of the school's cross country team.

Several friends left their condolences on his Facebook page . The family is in the process of making funeral arrangements.

 
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