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July 11, 2003

Grady County-- Two southwest Georgia teens die after a car runs them off the road.

Nineteen-year-old Crista Corker and 14-year-old Scottie Jones, both of Cairo, died Thursday afternoon.

Corker was driving south on Georgia Highway 111, less than a mile north of Braswell Circle in Grady County. A car in the northbound lane passed 51-year-old Peter Fedas of Florida, but came head toward with Corker.

Corker swerved, lost control, crashed into Fedas and flipped her car. All three were wearing seat belts. Investigators do not know the driver who tried to pass Fedas.

posted at 11:50AM by dave.miller@walb.com