Evelyn Tebeau, 96, of Springfield, has died following a crash on Old Tusculum Road at Ga. 21 near Springfield Sunday at approximately 4:30 p.m. She traveling on Old Tusculum Road when she ran into a ditch, striking a power pole.
29-year-old Anthony Williams died early Sunday morning after police say he was run over by his car at Chase Homes on 1st Avenue. Police say Williams was driving his car down 1st Avenue when he swerved off the road and hit an AC unit at the complex. Williams got out of his car, did not switch gears and the car ran him over as he was trying to move it away from the AC unit. Williams was taken to the Midtown Medical Center where he underwent surgery. He was pronounced dead at about 2:00 a.m. Sunday morning.
Meas was transported to an area hospital in extreme critical condition and later died. There were two others in the car with Meas, passenger Enrique Zavaleta, 27, and a 4-year-old child, who was properly restrained inside the vehicle. Both victims were also transported to hospital. 39-year-old Thomas Allan Jordan was also taken to the hospital and is listed in stable condition.
According to Effingham County Sheriff's Office Spokesman David Ehsanipoor, "Initial reports indicate the driver of the 2013 Hyundai sedan was traveling northbound on Georgia Highway 21 when she struck a guard rail causing her vehicle to flip several times."
Orange paint marks what happened seconds before Thursday's crash on Old CCC Camp Road. Four teenagers, two boys and two girls, were riding in a truck just before 5:00 when it lost control and rolled at least once. When it rolled over, it hit Bryan Bartley cutting his grass on a mower.
A 14-year-old boy injured in a personal watercraft accident last week on Thurmond Lake remains in critical condition. The teen, who was a passenger on one watercraft traveling with two others, fell or jumped into the water before being injured. Preliminary results show one of the other water scooters might have hit him.