Hunter Dale Obituary, Death – Two people were killed as a result of a collision that included two vehicles and took place on Friday night in Cherokee County. The collision took place in Cherokee County. The collision was brought on by the county’s terrain. Teri Brann, who was 72 years old, was reportedly a passenger in a Jeep Cherokee that was involved in a head-on collision with a Toyota Corolla, as reported by the Alabama Law Enforcement Agency (ALEA). Brann was killed in the collision.
The crash took place in the middle of a crossroads. Brann was left with a number of injuries as a result of the collision that required medical attention. A child of that age was traveling as a passenger in the Toyota Corolla when it was engaged in the collision, and as a consequence, the child suffered injuries as a result of the incident. Brann and the 12-year-old were both taken to hospitals following the incident; nevertheless, in the end, they were unable to overcome the effects of their injuries and ended up passing away at those facilities. The collision occurred on United States Route 411, approximately three miles to the north of Centre, and near to the 246 mile marker.
The injured driver of the Jeep Cherokee required medical attention and was sent to the Atrium Health Floyd Medical Center in Rome, Georgia. Rome, Georgia is located in the state of Georgia. The city of Rome, Georgia can be found inside the boundaries of the state of Georgia. Following the collision, two additional persons who were traveling in the Jeep Cherokee were sent to nearby hospitals for treatment of injuries sustained as a result of the incident. As the investigation that the ALEA is carrying out right now is still in the process of being carried out, there is currently no additional information that can be shared at this time.