Channel 13 WMAZ CBS News updated the public recently on the consequences of an incident earlier this year in which a U.S. Army veteran and firefighter was killed in a tragic single-car accident.
According to spokespeople from Houston County, a woman 23 years of age has been booked into Houston County jail and faces charges of vehicular homicide, driving under the influence (DUI), and reckless driving for a September wreck that resulted in the death of a former Americus firefighter and U.S. Army vet, 26 years of age.
The incident took place on September 29, 2020. The woman was driving her Lexus RX350 southbound on South Houston Lake Road around 2 a.m. when she lost control of the vehicle. She careened off the road and into a median, then through the northbound traffic lanes, and into a curb. The car rolled over and hit a fence, resulting in the victim being pronounced dead at the scene of the accident. There were no other vehicles involved.
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