Two-vehicle crash earlier this month in Whitfield County leaves four injured, one airlifted
According to a Georgia State Patrol crash report on Sunday, June 2nd around 8:30 P.M. a 2014 Toyota Scion being driven by Christain Bowen, 20 of a Dalton address was traveling south on Lake Kathy Road approaching the intersection of GA-2. A 2003 Ford F150 being driven by Samuel Urrea, 29 of a Chatsworth address was traveling west on GA-2 approaching the intersection of Lake Kathy Road. Bowen failed to stop at the stop sign at the intersection and entered into the path of the F150. The Ford F150 struck the Scion in the left side with the front of the F150. Due to the impact, both vehicle's were forced off of the left (south) side of the roadway down an embankment. The Ford F150 was forced to rotate and overturned as it went down the embankment. The F150 came to a final uncontrolled rest on its right side. The driver of the Scion Bowen was seriously injured in the crash and transported by LifeForce to Erlanger Medical Center in Chattanooga. The driver of the F150 Urrea was injured as well and transported by EMS to Erlanger Medical Center in Chattanooga. There was a passenger in both vehicles. The passenger in the Scion Corey Parrish, 21 of a Dalton address and the passenger in the F150 Christopher Gordon, 32 of a Chatsworth address were both transported by EMS to Erlanger Medical Center in Chattanooga. The driver of the Scion, Bowen is being charged with failure to stop at a stop sign and driving while license suspended or revoked. The driver of the F150 Urrea was cited for use of safety belts in passenger vehicles.
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