Two Women Injured in Georgia T-Bone Crash

A two-vehicle crash occurred on Tuesday, January 11, 2011, sending two people to the hospital. Officials say that the accident happened around noon near the Effingham Campus at Savannah Technical College.


The Georgia State Patrol said that two women were injured on Georgia Highway 21 in Rincon, GA. Both vehicles involved in this Georgia car crash sustained extensive damage. Both of the drivers suffered injuries and were transported to an area hospital for medical care.

The Georgia State Patrol said that a female driver was traveling southbound on Ga. 21 in her green Volvo when she T-boned a red Ford Mustang. The Mustang was exiting the college campus when it was hit by the Volvo.

Sheriff's spokesman David Ehsanipoor indicated that the driver of the Ford Mustang was found unconscious when rescuers arrived at the accident scene. They had to extract her from her car, and it appeared that she sustained serious injuries. She was transported by ambulance to Memorial Medical Center in Savannah.

According to police, the driver of the Volvo also sustained injuries. However, it did not appear that her injuries were as severe as the other driver's. She also was taken to Memorial Medical Center, and her condition is unknown at this time.

The identities of the drivers have not been released, and no other passengers or injuries were reported in this crash.

We would like to wish both victims of this crash a full and speedy recovery.

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