Representatives from The Georgia State Police have released the identity of the taxicab driver who was killed in a road accident in Savannah, GA on January 15th, 2013. Police believe that Scott Barrett was killed when he was struck by a vehicle as they loaded the trunk of the taxi. A westbound vehicle on Shell road collided with the vehicle and pinned the men.
Scene of the Accident
Scott Barrett was transported to nearby Memorial University Medical center where he succumbed to the injuries inflicted on him while in surgery. The condition of the other injured victim remains unavailable at this time. Savannah-Chatham Police officials from the Major Accident Investigation Team are currently investigating the accident, and no charges have been filed against the unidentified driver of the pickup that struck Barrett.
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