According to the Atlanta Journal-Constitution on ajc.com, a second life has been claimed as a result of a car carsh in south Fulton County in early November.
Glenroy Rolston Walker Jr. from Gwinnett County died on Tuesday from injuries he sustained in the wreck that also killed a 16-year-old boy. Walker’s condition had remained critical since the wreck.
Per the AJC, Walker was traveling in a minivan on Flat Shoals Road with his wife, Sandra, and their two children, 2 and 6-years-old, when they were hit head-on by a van driven by Tamara Matthews, 36. The Walker’s vehicle rolled and landed on its roof off the road. The son of Matthews, 16-year-old, Joshua Jenkins died at the scene.
Seven other people including Sandra Walker, Matthews, and five children were transported to area hospitals following the accident.
Matthews is expected to face second-degree vehicular homicide, failure to maintain lane and seat-belt violation charges and likely more since the death of Walker according to the AJC article.
Funds are being collected in an effort to assist with the Walker’s medical costs. Go to http://sandraglen.wordpress.com to contribute.
Our deepest sympathies are with Sandra Walker, who remains hospitalized, as she suffers the loss of her husband as well as with the family and friends of Mr. Walker and to the family and friends of Joshua Jenkins as they mourn his loss. Our best wishes for full recoveries for all those injured.
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