Unexpected Accident Woman Killed by Flying Tire in I285 Atlanta Car Crash

A 56-year-old woman was killed on Thursday in a tragic car accident that closed down all lanes of I-285 west at Bouldercrest Road.

A Georgia State University van was travelling eastbound on I-285 when its left tire came off and crossed the median line. Debra Driscoll of Virginia was killed when the flying tire struck her Hyundai Sonata as she was travelling west on the interstate. A second car was also hit by the tire, but it received only front end damages. No one else was hurt.

The van belonged to GSU’s School of Public Policy. The driver was the only occupant. 

Even the safest drivers may be involved in an accident. An unexpected event like a loose tire can bring devastating loss to a family. If you have lost a loved one in an Atlanta car wreck, The Law Offices of R.  
The attorneys at Shane Smith Law understand that this is a tough time for you. We want to make it easier.

Your family has rights and you are entitled to compensation for your losses. The insurance companies want to minimize their costs. Let us deal with the insurance companies and get you the compensation and accountability that you are entitled to.

Contact Shane smith at (980) 246-2656 for more information.

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