The Monday afternoon wreck that killed a 41-year-old teacher from College Park has a teen driver and her mother facing related charges.
Shireen Haynes died after the car in which she was a passenger wrecked with a tractor-trailer on Camp Creek Parkway. According to police, the crash is believed to have been caused by a teen driver who was operating a vehcile on a restricted license and a suspended registration, for which she will face charges. The teen’s mom will also be charged for allowing the teen to operate the vehicle on a restricted license, which requires an adult to be in the car.
Another passenger riding with Haynes, Kay Price, and her husband, James Price, were hospitalized but were in stable condition according to the article.
Both the teenage driver and her mother may face vehicular homicide charges.
Ms. Haynes was a teacher at Sandtown Middle School.
We offer our sympathies to the family, friends and students of Ms. Haynes. We hope that the Mr. and Ms. Price are able to make full recoveries from their injuries.
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