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Co-workers crash; one killed

April 2, 2008

Camilla--  Twenty-eight-year-old Koreasha Williams was driving her Toyota Corolla on her way to work at Cagle Keystone Foods just before 7:00 this morning.

Nineteen-year-old Gary Daniels, Jr. was on his way home from the night shift, also at Cagles in his Cheverolet Blazer.  He crossed into Williams' lane and they crashed head on.  "Upon our arrival she had already passed away. Due to the impact of the crash, the severity of the impact, she suffered fatal injuries," said Trooper 1st Class with the Georgia State Patrol, Stephen Singletary.

The Specialized Collision Reconstruction Team out of Valdosta is investigating the crash. Daniels was taken to the hospital with minor injuries. Charges against him are pending.

 

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