GADSEN POST – A two-vehicle crash that occurred at approximately 9:01 p.m. Friday, May 19, has claimed the lives of a La Quinta, Ca., woman and a Rockmart, Ga., juvenile. Teri J. Brann, 72, was critically injured when the 2022 Jeep Cherokee she was a passenger in collided head-on with the 2009 Toyota Corolla driven by Joshua S. Williams Jr., 19, of Anniston.
The 12-year-old juvenile who was a passenger in the Corolla was also critically injured during the collision. Brann was transported to Atrium Health Floyd Medical Center in Cherokee, where she succumbed to injuries sustained during the crash and was pronounced deceased. The 12-year-old was also transported to a local area hospital, where the youth succumbed to injuries and was pronounced deceased.
The driver of the Jeep Cherokee Kelvin H. Mullins, 49, of Cummings, Ga., and Joshua S. Williams were also injured and transported to Atrium Health Floyd Medical Center in Rome, Ga. Erin W. Mullins, 50, of Cummings, Ga., and an 18-year-old juvenile, also of Cummings, Ga., were also passengers in the Jeep Cherokee. Mullins was transported to Atrium Health Floyd Medical Center in Rome, Ga, for treatment. The 18-year-old was transported to a local area hospital for treatment.
The crash occurred on U.S. 411 near the 246 mile marker, approximately three miles north of Centre, in Cherokee County. Nothing further is available as Troopers with the Alabama Law Enforcement Agency’s (ALEA) Highway Patrol Division continue to investigate.