Authorities have identified the three people killed Friday evening when a Chevrolet Corvette crossed into oncoming traffic and struck two vehicles head on in Forest Park.
The wreck occurred about 7 p.m. on Forest Parkway, killing the driver of the Corvette and two people inside a Ford Fiesta, according to the Georgia State Patrol. A 13-month-old inside the Fiesta survived the crash and is expected to be OK, authorities said.
According to the preliminary investigation, 54-year-old Jesse Williams was driving eastbound on Forest Parkway when he crossed the median into the oncoming lane, striking the Fiesta and then a Ford Expedition heading in the opposite direction.
Williams was thrown from the vehicle and pronounced dead at Grady Memorial Hospital.
Both the driver and passenger of the Fiesta were pronounced dead at the scene, authorities said. They were identified Tuesday as Fayetteville residents Christina Carbajal, 44, and Miguel Hernandez, 63.
The child was taken to a hospital but didn’t suffer any serious injuries, according to the GSP.
The 42-year-old driver of the Expedition sustained only minor injuries in the crash.
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