Jakin, GA Tractor Trailer And Auto Crash, May 1993

WOMAN, FIVE CHILDREN KILLED IN CAR WRECK.

Jakin, Ga. - Six Alabama residents were killed when a car collided with a tractor-trailer truck in southwest Georgia near the Alabama line.
Georgia state troopers said the car driven by 22-year-old SHARON JACKSON of Dothan, Ala., went through a stop sign Sunday at 6:30 p.m. EDT and collided with the truck on U.S. 84 in Jakin, eight miles west of Donaldsonville.
The car rolled over several times and was cut into three pieces.
MS. JACKSON was killed along with five children; GLENDA WILLIAMS, 16; KIMBERLY WILLIAMS, 9; and KIMBERLY JACKSON, 8, all of Dothan;
and JENESHA LANE, 10;
and TIFFANY LANE, 9, both of Headland, Ala.
Authorities said the truck driver - William Davis of Luverne, Ala. - was not injured.
The state patrol said no charges will be filed in the crash.

The Anniston Star Alabama 1993-06-01