OCONEE COUNTY, Ga. - The Georgia State Patrol went back to the site of a crash that killed four University of Georgia students.
Troopers reconstructed the accident in Oconee County Monday.
Kayla Canedo, 19, Brittany Feldman, 20, Christina Semeria, 19, and Halle Scott, 19, all died. The driver, and fellow UGA student, 21-year-old Agnes Kim remains in the hospital.
Authorities say the Camry with the five young women was heading north on Highway 15 and for some reason, the vehicle crossed the center line and collided with an oncoming car on April 27.
About a half dozen state troopers with the Specialized Collision Reconstruction Team focused on the spot where the car came to rest in the ditch. They took photographs and detailed measurements using surveying equipment in the highway.
Flowers and a cross were placed at the memorial for the victims.
Authorities have ruled out alcohol or drugs, saying neither driver was impaired.
It could take weeks to compile all the information and release a final report. It will eventually be turned over to the District Attorney's office.
FRIENDS, FAMILY SAY GOODBYE TO HALLE SCOTT
The sanctuary was full, all seats were taken in the balcony area and there were even people standing. Scott's family said they're devastated by Halle's death, but they are sustained by faith.
Scott's parents and brother sat in the front row of Dunwoody United Methodist Church Sunday evening. They didn't get up to the podium to speak, however, several friends and family including Danielle Jones did.
"Mr. and Mrs. Scott thank you for everything you did to create an amazing person," Jones said.
The Scott family has always been strong in their faith and Halle was no different. She loved God, her friends, her family and they'll never forget the joy she brought them.
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