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Over the weekend of September 10-11, 2011, three Walton County residents died in three different Georgia car crashes.
The first accident took place on Saturday, September 10th, around 11:52 a.m. when a 36-year-old Loganville resident was involved in a single-vehicle accident. Tracy Marie Talley was traveling west on Broadnax Mill Road when she lost control of the vehicle and went off the shoulder of the road. The car flipped over several times, ejecting Talley.
Sadly, the impact killed her.
The second accident happened on Sunday morning around 10:20 a.m. in Newton County. Richard Lynn McKee, 24, was involved in a two-vehicle accident. McKee, also a Loganville resident, was driving his motorcycle on Highway 138 when another vehicle struck him. Deane Stapp Smith, 67, of Covington, was the driver of the vehicle. Authorities believe that he ran a stop sign.
McKee died at the accident scene, and Smith was taken to Grady Memorial Hospital in Atlanta, where he later died of his injuries.
The third deadly Georgia accident happened on Sunday afternoon around 1:12 p.m. This crash occurred on Mt. Ena Church Road. Two 15-year-old girls were riding on an ATV when they lost control on a curve. Madison Young collided with a tree and was seriously injured. She was taken by helicopter to Children's Healthcare of Atlanta, where she was later pronounced dead.
Kalka & Baer is deeply saddened to hear about all of these deadly crashes. We offer our condolences to the families and friends of all of the victims.
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