Georgia College professor, brother killed in car wreck

A college professor and her brother were killed in a crash late Monday after a head-on collision involving three cars.

Allison Everett, 51, of Milledgeville, was in the front passenger seat when the Nissan Altima her husband was driving was hit head on along Lake Laurel Road in Baldwin County, the Macon Telegraph reported. Everett’s brother David Black, 54, was in the backseat during the crash.

The car went off a shoulder and down an embankment, according to the newspaper.

It is unclear how 29-year-old Brandon Hurst’s Acura drove into the car’s path, the newspaper reported, but it spun and hit a third driver, Wayne Reese, 27, of Loganville.

The siblings died at the scene. Husband Kenneth Everett, 54, was flown to Navicent Health, formerly Medical Center of Central Georgia, with broken bones.

Hurst was taken to the hospital in an ambulance. Reese suffered minor injuries.

Allison Everett was an exercise sciences lecturer at Georgia College and State University in Milledgeville. She was an adjunct professor at Georgia Military College for a dozen years, the newspaper reported.

No charges have been filed in the accident. The investigation is ongoing.

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