A woman was killed Monday afternoon after her car was split in half during a three-vehicle wreck in far North Georgia, the Georgia State Patrol said.
A little before 2 p.m., troopers responded to the crash on Ga. 115 westbound near Town Creek Road in White County, GSP said in a news release.
Margie Milum, 51, of Dahlonega, lost control of her Chevrolet Cobalt, traveled off the side of the road, overcorrected and then hit a Toyota Camry going in the same direction, the release said.
Milum’s car then crossed into eastbound traffic and was hit head-on by a Dodge Journey, which caused her Cobalt to “split in half,” the release said. The front half of her vehicle stopped in the eastbound lane, and the rear half was found in the west shoulder of Ga. 115.
Milum was found dead at the scene.
The driver and a child in the Journey were taken to Northeast Georgia Medical Center with non-life-threatening injuries, the release said. The driver of the Camry was not hurt.
No charges are expected to be filed, the release said.
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