Apr 30, 2016 07:46 AM EDT
Four University Of Georgia Sorority Sisters: Killed In Car Crash; Tragic 911 Call Released [AUDIO]
Five University of Georgia sorority sisters got into a car accident this week which killed four and left one in critical condition. The three girls died on the spot and the two were rushed to the hospital but the other one did not make it. They were hit by an oncoming car as they were crossing the center lane.
The sorority sisters who died in the car accident were Kayla Canedo, 19, Brittany Feldman, 20, Christina Semeria, 19, and Halle Scott, 19. They are all mourned by the family members, sorority sisters and classmates at the University of Georgia. The surviving victim, Agnes Kim, 21, who was the driver of the car, is still in critical condition at the Athens Regional Medical Center, Atlanta Journal Constitution reported.
The driver of the second vehicle was also hurt. Abby Short, 27, has been released from the hospital, Athens Banner-Herald noted. It is unknown why the car with the five University of Georgia sorority sisters was crossing the center lane. The authorities added that none of the university students were inebriated with alcohol. The car crash accident is being investigated by the Georgia State Patrol.
All the students killed in the car crash were members of three different sororities at the University of Georgia, WSBTV shared. Semeria and Canedo belonged to the Alpha Chi Omega sorority, Scott belonged to the university's Tri-Delta sorority, and Feldman belonged to the Pi Beta Phi sisterhood.
The 911 audio call from the car crash was released by the Oconee County Georgia Sheriff's Office where they posted it on their Facebook page. According to them, they are required by law to release the recording of what happened that night. It was revealed that it was the driver from the second car, Short, who called 911. She just left her job at the National EMS in Athens when she got into the accident. The audio recording of the 911 call is found below:
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