A week after a fatal crash on Interstate 16 in Bloomingdale, police and family members are still looking for answers. The two-car wreck shut down I-16 in both directions for several hours and Bloomingdale Police are hoping people can remember their commute home last week. Police say the accident happened during 5 p.m. traffic, and they’re hoping someone saw what led up to the two-car wreck that killed Sandra Gearhart. Police say her car flipped, and she was ejected from it.
A week after a fatal crash on Interstate 16 in Bloomingdale, police and family members are still looking for answers. The two-car wreck shut down I-16 in both directions for several hours, and Bloomingdale Police are hoping people can remember their commute home to help them figure out what happened. Police say the accident happened during 5 p.m. traffic, and they’re hoping someone saw what led up to the two-car wreck that killed Sandra Gearhart.
Two assistant police chiefs now serve on the Savannah-Chatham Metropolitan Police Department, and they say the division of duties helps the department run more efficiently. "Looking back, I didn't see myself as necessarily assistant chief," Assistant Chief Robert Gavin said. "I knew I wanted to solve problems and lead in the department." Assistant Chief Kerry Thomas said he recently found an old resume that listed his goal as retiring from the department as Major.
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