A person's decision to drink and drive is his or her personal choice, and that individual should be held responsible for their actions that lead to the injury or death of another. However, is it possible to hold another party at least partially accountable for a drunk driving accident? This is the question one woman is asking in relation to a drunk driving accident in Georgia. The fatal accident resulted in the deaths of two people.
Authorities are still investigating the details of a head-on collision which killed a deputy police sheriff. The car crash occurred when a 23-year-old woman was driving her car on the wrong side of a Georgia Interstate highway not long ago. The 32-year-old deputy sheriff was traveling north on the freeway when he collided with the woman driving south in the same lane.
One teen is dead after her father crashed his car in a suspected drunk driving incident. Earlier this month, four children and their father were involved in a tragic car accident on a Georgia freeway. The father was driving his children on a U.S. highway when he apparently lost control of the vehicle. The car collided with the wood line near an exit.