Wells Fargo Store Manager Killed In WreckAug 21st, 2012 | By Jacob | Category: Front Page
By Jacob Bembry
Greene Publishing, Inc.
Carrin Rebecca Meadows, 40, the store manager of the Wells Fargo Bank in Madison was killed in a traffic accident in Valdosta, Ga., Monday afternoon, Aug. 21.
According to the Georgia State Patrol, a pickup truck was traveling down Howell Road with a trailer and lawn mower in tow.
The pickup truck struck Meadows’ car on its left side as she attempted to turn left onto Howell Road from Otter Creek Road, Georgia State Trooper First Class Victor Mobley said.
The impact of the collision sent both the pickup and the car over the ravine, which did not have a guardrail, into Grand Bay Creek below.
All parties involved in the wreck were transported to South Georgia Medical Center.
Attempts to resuscitate Meadows were unsuccessful.
A dive team from the Lowndes County Sheriff’s Office was dispatched to look for evidence in the creek so that the Georgia State Patrol can reconstruct the accident.
Two others were seriously injured in the accident.
Carrin resided in Lake Park, Ga. Her husband, as well as two daughters, Christine Elliott and Curstie Day, and four grandchildren survive her. She had worked at the bank in Madison for 10 years.