• March 13, 2017

George Echols Killed in Carroll County, GA, Car Accident

Carroll County, GA -- March 8, 2017, George Echols was killed following an accident in which his vehicle crashed into a vacant car on the highway.

The Georgia State Highway Patrol responded to the accident scene at approximately 7:30 a.m. near the intersection of I-20 and US Highway 27.

According to police reports, 73-year-old Echols, from Longview, TX, was traveling eastbound along I-20 in a van. For reasons that aren't clear, his vehicle drifted off the side of the highway and collided into the back of parked vehicle.

The crash was severe enough that Echols was killed in the crash. No other people were involved in the accident.

Police have not yet determined what factors may have contributed to this accident. They say the crash is still under investigation.

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