Teen charged in crash that killed recent high school graduate

Teen charged in crash that killed recent high school graduate

Natalie D'Allen has been charged in a deadly crash in Forsyth County.

FORSYTH COUNTY, Ga. — A high school student has been charged in connection with a deadly crash in Forsyth County.

Natalie D'Allen, 17, turned herself in to the Forsyth County sheriff's office on Sunday.

D'Allen was involved in a three-car crash on Spot Road on July 14.

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The crash occurred around 4:30 p.m. at the entrance to the Sawnee Mountain Visitor center.


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The sheriff's office said D'Allen attempted to turn left into the parking lot in her Mercedes SUV, and failed to yield to a Honda Accord in the eastbound lane.

Officials said the collision caused the Accord to enter the westbound lane and hit an oncoming Nissan Pathfinder.

The Accord was driven by MacKean Robertson, 18. He died on the scene.

D'Allen has been charged with second-degree homicide by vehicle, failure to yield when turning left and driving in violation of license restrictions.

D'Allen is a rising senior at Lambert High School. Robertson was a former Forsyth Central High School student and recent graduate of Georgia Cyber Academy.