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Worth Co. wreck victim identified

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A single car wreck about 1:00 Wednesday morning on GA 300 in Worth Co. left 21-year-old Steven Schroeder of Pensacola, FL dead, and two others injured.

The Air Evacuation Team transported 16-year-old Nicole Fendley by helicopter to the hospital in Augusta. 18-year-old Jazmine Voegele is recovering in Albany.

A 6 month-old boy, in a car seat, had no injuries.

According to police, they were headed North on 300 at very high speeds, lost control of the car, overcorrected, and overturned several times.

 

  • Note: The video clip featured on this story was from WALB's early news on Wednesday April 20.