At least two children were killed in a Murray County traffic accident Friday.
According to the police in northwestern Georgia, a car accident caused the death of two children that left their mother and two other people injured.
The report stated that a GMC Envoy was unable to stop at a stop sign in Murray County and then crashed into a tractor trailer. After the strong impact, the car spun and slammed the rear of the truck.
Police stated the there were two children passengers inside the car: they are identified as- 6-year-old Zach Greene and 12-year-old Madison Greene, who are both living in Summerville. They were pronounced dead at the scene. Two other injured were their mother, identified as 39-year-old Susan Renee Greene and a 13-year-old relative, Dylan Webb, resident of Euharlee. Both were taken to the Hamilton Medical Center in Dalton. The truck driver, 41-year-old Bobby Gene Douglas, was also hospitalized.
Their mother and another child were injured when the vehicle, driven by their mother, collided with a tractor-trailer truck on Georgia 136 near old Highway 411.
Georgia State Patrol spokesman Gordy Wright confirmed that a vehicle, driven by Susan Renee Greene, 39, from Summerville, Ga., ran a stop sign and hit tractor trailer on the left side. The impact caused the vehicle, a GMC Envoy, to rotate and also strike the rear of the trailer.
Two children were killed12-year-old Mason Greene and 6-year-old Zachary Greene, also from Summerville.
Their mother and another passenger Dylan Webb, age 13, from Euharlee, Ga., were taken to Hamilton Medical Center for treatment. Webb is a relative of the Greenes.
The Gordon County fire chief added that the victims were also related to one of Gordon County firefighters.
Wright said the truck driver, Bobby Gene Douglas, age 41, from Resaca, Ga., was also taken to Hamilton Medical Center for treatment.
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