We are continuing to learn information on Monday's wrong-way multiple-vehicle crash on River Watch Parkway.
The woman who Richmond County Sheriff's Office deputies say was driving the SUV the wrong way that caused the crash, 31-year-old Monique Sullivan, is listed in fair condition at Georgia Health Sciences Medical Center. Her husband, 35-year-old Demond Sullivan, was released from the hospital on Tuesday. Maureen Floyd, 53, who was driving one of the vehicles hit by the SUV, is listed in critical condition. Another woman whose car was hit in the crash, 32-year-old Amelia Hiltz, is listed in critical condition.
WJBF News Channel 6 is continuing to follow this story. We are efforting more information from the Richmond County Sheriff's Office on the crash.
**UPDATE December 12, 6 p.m.**
Call after call to Richmond County dispatch, witnesses all reported the same thing.
"They're on the wrong side of the road flying in a sports utility vehicle, ” says a woman who frantically called 911.
One of those still hospitalized from Monday's accident is 31 - year old Monique Sullivan; she's the driver of the sports utility vehicle that police say caused the crash. Investigators say she drove on the wrong side of Riverwatch Parkway for nearly 4 miles.
Lieutenant Randy Prickett with Richmond County Sheriff's office says, "That is a great distance, and we had curves involved in this before the accident-and all that we also have witnesses that have stated the cars were trying to get out of her way. So she should've noticed something and we're still not sure. We still have a ways to go on this one."
Police say Monique Sullivan has so far refused to talk to investigators.
Randy Prickett with the Richmond County Sheriff's office says, "She's on medication, which does inhibit her from knowing what's going on around her I believe but not to the strength to where she can't speak to us."
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