According to WTOC.com, 18-year-old Wade Hall, has been charged with vehicular homicide relating to the April wreck that left Hall’s best friend, Joshua Stafford, 18, dead.
The teen had a blood-alcohol level of .07 at the time of the wreck according to the Georgia State Patrol and could spend up to 15 years in prison. Hall was also charged with reckless driving, driving under the influence, and serious injury by vehicle.
Also injured in the wreck were a woman and her three children, who were in the other car that was involved in the wreck.
Our prayers remain with the family and friends of Joshua Stafford and all others injured and involved in this terrible accident including Wade Hall and his family.
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