Andrea Brantley of Smyrna has died from injuries caused by a head-on crash in September in Marietta.
- PUBLIC SAFETY
Thursday, November 1, 2012
Cobb police were informed Tuesday by the Cobb Medical Examiner's Office that Andrea Brantley of Smyrna has died from injuries caused by a head-on crash in September in Marietta. Brantley, 69, was driving west Sept. 18 in a 2012 Toyota Camry on Ridge Road when she collided with a 1999 Mercedes traveling east, Cobb police said. She was taken to Emory Adventist Hospital. The driver of the Mercedes, 26-year-old Nicholas Weinberg of Powder Springs, said at the time that he would seek medical treatment on his own. Charges aren’t expected in the crash, police said. Anyone with further information is asked to call investigators at 770-499-3987. Keep up with news by subscribing to our free email newsletter, liking us on Facebook and following us …
Marietta police say speed was a factor that led to the crash.
The driver killed in a fatal wreck early Thursday morning on I-75 has been identified as 24-year-old Kevin Wolfe from Acworth, according to Marietta Police. According to the initial investigation, Wolfe's 1998 Jeep Grand Cherokee was on the ramp from the Canton Road Connector onto I-75 northbound (Exit 267) when the SUV drove off the road, slammed into a tree and flipped. Police said Wolfe was thrown from the Jeep onto I-75, and was hit by another vehicle. The strike caused another accident involving two other vehicles on the highway. An occupant in one of the vehicles suffered minor injuries, but was not transported to a hospital. Marietta Police Spokeswoman Jennifer Murphy said the cause of accident is still under investigation, but "it …