• January 03, 2017

Rosheba Norwood Killed in Truck Accident on Shurling Dr. in Macon, GA

Macon, GA -- An incident involving a tractor-trailer and a passenger vehicle claimed the life of 26-year-old Rosheba Norwood in Macon, GA Monday, January 2, 2017.

It appears a vehicle containing Mrs. Norwood was westbound on Shurling Drive about 10:45 when the incident took place. Sources say a semi-truck driven by 59-year-old George Powers was eastbound when the two vehicles crashed. Mrs. Norwood was killed at the scene of the incident. Mr. Powers was reportedly uninjured in the incident.

The cause of the crash had yet to be determined at the time of the report.

The official investigation is ongoing and authorities hope to learn more as it concludes.

The official press release provided no further information regarding the deadly incident.


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