On July 24, a Loganville teenager was arrested and charged with second-degree homicide by vehicle and failure to yield following an Independence Day accident that led to the death of another Loganville resident, according to CBS Atlanta. She has since been released on bond.
According to the Gwinnett County Police Department’s statement, the accident occurred on Saturday, July 4, at the intersection of Georgia Route 20, also known as Grayson Highway, and Rosebud Road in Grayson, Georgia. A silver Honda Pilot sport utility vehicle was traveling north on Grayson Highway and entered the left turn lane in order to turn onto Rosebud Road. The driver turned left directly in front of a motorcycle with two occupants that had been traveling south on Grayson Highway, causing the collision. Both riders of the motorcycle were ejected from their bike. After first responders arrived, they were transported to a local hospital for treatment.
The motorcycle’s driver died of his injuries on July 19th. The investigation is still active.
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