• February 02, 2017

Ashley Tewell, Quincey Norman Killed, Lindsey Tewell Injured in Atlanta, GA, Accident

Atlanta, GA -- January 27, 2017, Ashley Tewell and Quincey Norman were killed, 7-year-old Lindsey Tewell was injured, after a head-on car accident.

According to officials from the Atlanta Police Department, the incident began when an officer spotted 36-year-old Norman's Chevy pickup, hauling a trailer. The officer described the vehicle as "suspicious" and attempted to pull him over. The Chevy began to evade the officer.

Police say the chase went some distance down I-20 before the pickup exited the interstate and traveled to eastbound Memorial Drive. Shortly after this, the pickup collided head-on with a westbound vehicle.

As a result of the head-on collision, both Norman and the driver of the other car, 47-year-old Tewell died at the scene. 7-year-old Lindsey, Ashley's passenger, was taken to Children's Hospital of Atlanta at Egleston with critical injuries.

Authorities have yet to determine why Norman fled from police officers. They say the incident remains under investigation at this time.

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