Pair of traffic fatalities recorded

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A Milledgeville woman lost her life in a single-car accident on Old Monticello Road Monday afternoon. 

Chelsie Griffin, pictured above and at left, was the lone occupant of the vehicle when she "overcorrected during a curve and lost control" before traveling more than 200 feet and "striking a tree," according to the Georgia State Patrol. Griffin attended Baldwin High, according to her Facebook page.

On Sunday, meanwhile, a woman lost her life following a crash on Springs Street in Eatonton. Hope Cheshire, pictured at top and at right, was employed by Beyond Bronzed Nutrition across from Walmart here in Milledgeville. On Tuesday, a tribute was posted on the business' Facebook page: 

Hope Cheshire was the kindest and most positive person. We will forever be thankful for the opportunity of working with her and becoming a family. We will continue to stay open in honor of her legacy. We will all get through this heart break together! We love you so much Hope.

Beyond Bronzed Nutrition Facebook page


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