EMANUEL COUNTY, Ga. (WJBF) – Investigators are working a Thursday night accident near the city limits of Stillmore.
The incident happened early Friday morning.
According to a spokesperson with Georgia State Patrol Troop 19 out of Swainsboro, 2 adults and a 3-year-old boy were involved in a vehicle accident, and the male passenger and the small child were ejected from the vehicle.
According to authorities, GSP was dispatched at 11:45 P.M. to a single-vehicle crash along Highway 57 West.
According to the preliminary narrative of the crash, the vehicle, which included the male passenger, the small child, and a female driver, missed a curve in the road and travelling onto a shoulder at a high rate of speed. and then they drove off the road completely.
The narrative states that the vehicle travelled approximately 450 feet off the side of the road, striking multiple trees along the way, and coming to an uncontrolled stop after rolling over at least once.
Authorities say the child and male adult were conscious on the scene while the female driver did not respond to verbal instructions given by first responders and was placed on oxygen.
According to GSP, all three were rushed by Life Flight to Memorial Health University Medical Center in Savannah.