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Third deadly wreck in one day in 10 Country

LANIER CO., GA (WALB) -

A teenage girl is dead and three others are injured after a truck slammed into a tree in Lanier County.  

Georgia State Patrol troopers say Bryan Anderson of Woodbridge, Virginia was driving a 2008 Ford F-150 truck south on Studstill Road around 3:00 am Tuesday when he was going around a curve, lost control and hit a tree. 

Anderson was taken to a hospital with injuries. 

18-year-old Shannon McCullough of Lakeland, Georgia was pronounced dead at the scene.   

28-year-old Jessica Hansford of Stockton, Georgia and 25-year-old Stephen Sheb of Dunlop, Tennessee were also injured in the crash and taken to a hospital.   

The crash remains under investigation.  Charges are pending.

Other people have died in wrecks in Irwin County and near Arlington today.

 

 

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