NWGA Scanner | November 23rd, 2021

Teen cited after causing four-vehicle crash that injured two in Walker County

According to a Georgia State Patrol crash report, on November 8th, 2021, at around 3:55 PM, a 2008 Mercedes Benz GL450 being driven by Robert Williams, 17, of Rossville, was traveling north on Happy Valley Road towing a 2007 Ford Fusion with a tow strap. The Fusion was disabled but still being steered by a driver, identified as Michael Kisor, 41, of Rossville. A 2011 Chevrolet Equinox being driven by Alicia Slowinski, 37, of Rossville, was traveling south on Happy Valley Road, negotiating a curve approaching the intersection of Wilson Road. A 2015 Acura being driven by Autumn Simpson, 24, of Rossville, was following behind the Mercedes and Fusion. According to the crash report, “The two vehicles entered the left turn lane on Happy Valley Road with intentions of turning left onto Wilson Road. The Acura stopped behind the two vehicles. The Mercedes failed to yield the right of way to the Equinox and proceeded with its left turn. The Equinox struck the Fusion in the front with its front. After impact, the Fusion rotated counter-clockwise, striking the Acura in the front with its front, and the Equinox rotated clockwise exiting the west side of the roadway, coming to an uncontrolled final rest.” According to the crash report, The Mercedes suffered no visible damage. According to the crash report, Slowinski suffered minor injuries and was transported to Memorial of Georgia Hospital by CHI EMS. Kisor was also injured but was not transported. According to the crash report, Williams was cited by the investigating trooper for failure to yield while turning left and driving an unsafe or improperly equipped vehicle. Kisor was also issued a citation for driving an unsafe or improperly equipped vehicle.