A car turning left in front of a Georgia State Trooper patrol car is believed to be the cause of death for two teens. The two young women, both students at Paulding High School in Paulding County, were passengers in the vehicle when the accident happened.
The driver of the car and another passenger were taken to the hospital with unknown injuries. The trooper was also treated for unknown injuries.
The Paulding County School District has sent grief counselors to the school to assist with the student’s grieving process. A memorial has been built at the site of the crash by the students.
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