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Colquitt woman killed in crash

September 5, 2007

Colquitt-- A young woman from Miller county was killed in a car crash late Tuesday night.     Twenty-four-year old Kimberly Tully was driving south on Georgia Highway 91 around 10:30 p.m. when her car off the road as she went around a curve.

The car crashed into a culvert, and Tully was ejected.     "EMS personnel was notified, they came to the scene, she was transported to the Miller county hospital , and was subsequently transported by life-flight down to Tallahassee Memorial Hospital," said Senior Trooper James Miller with the Donalsonville post of the Georgia State Patrol.

She was pronounced dead at the hospital in Tallahassee. Troopers are still trying to figure out how Tully lost control.  She was not wearing a seat belt.

 

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