by: Dave Huddleston Updated:
DOUGLAS COUNTY, Ga. - The Georgia State Patrol is still investigating a horrific crash in Douglas County that claimed the lives of two metro Atlanta women Wednesday.
The two women worked at AutoTrader.com.
Downer had been on the job three days when the crash happened.
"The staff is having a tough day
Laste said many employees can't believe their co-workers are gone.
Flags were at half-staff at AutoTrader
"Around 10 o'clock we'll have all employees came down to the lobby
Downer was a new employee at AutoTrader.
On her Facebook page, her last post was Monday.
"New job today. Hope I like this one," Downer said in her last post.
Chinnis, of Smyrna, worked for AutoTrader since 2004.
She was taking Downer on sales calls when the wreck happened.
Some of Chinnis' neighbors told Channel 2's Dave Huddleston wonderful things about her and her personality.
"She had such a
Chinnis was a single mother of a 16-year-old daughter, Jones said.
"She has no family
Jones said New York family members will take care of Chinnis' daughter.
Huddleston went to Downer's
GSP said it is still investigating the wreck.
AuotTrader.com is owned by WSB-TV's parent company, Cox Enterprises.