Four people are dead following a crash in Murray County, Ga., including a man who was in his yard simply mowing the lawn.
The crash happened just before 7 p.m. on Old CCC Camp Road
, outside of Chatsworth. GSP Corporal Jack Lawrence said River Sosbee, 18, lost control of the car which flipped and rolled at least twice. Passengers Joshua Roberts, 17, and Chelsie Hullender, 18, were pronounced dead on the scene.
When the car crashed and rolled, it hit 57-year-old Bryan Bartley from Dalton who was mowing grass. Bartley was also killed.
Alexis Pinson, 18, was airlifted by Lifeforce to Erlanger Medical Center. Friday afternoon she was listed in fair condition.
According to Michael Tuck, spokesperson for Murray county schools, Joshua Roberts and River Sosbee were rising juniors at Murray County High School. The athletic director says they also both played football their freshman year.
Chelsie Hullender went to North Murray County High School and Alexis Pinson went to Mountain Creek Academy.
Corp. Lawrence said high speed was the likely contributing factor in the crash.
We'll have more information as it becomes available.Photo by Drew Bollea, NewsChannel 9: The vehicle the teens were riding in has been impounded by the Georgia Highway Patrol.