ATLANTA - One woman is dead and two other people are in critical condition after the car they were in was hit and sent flying into an oncoming
It happened just after 4:30 p.m. on Camp Creek Parkway near Campbellton Road.
Investigators told Channel 2's Ryan Young the wreck was caused by a teenage girl driving a red Honda losing control of her
car. Police said it hit a Saturn and sent that car into oncoming traffic.
That is when the Saturn was hit by a tractor-trailer.
The woman who died was 40-year-old Shireen Haynes, a teacher at Sandtown Middle School. They said a
coworker and the coworker's husband were in the car with her at the time of the wreck, and both of them are currently in critical condition at a hospital.
Police have not released any information on any possible charges at this point.
Haynes has a teenage son and daughter and recently moved to the Atlanta area from New York.
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