Montanna Carroll Obituary, Death Cause – The 18-year-old Montanna Carroll was claimed to have possessed a smile that “lit up a room” according to relatives of her family who knew her well. They asserted that the Georgia teenager who wanted to become a nurse like her brother would “entertain a crowd with her sense of humor and literally make friends with anyone she met, young or old.” This was in reference to the fact that she sought to follow in her brother’s footsteps.
She had the goal of following in her brother’s footsteps and becoming a nurse. However, it didn’t take long for those dreams to be destroyed. Two people were killed in an accident that took place on May 22 on State Route 112 in Mitchell County, Georgia, according to the reports of state troopers in the state of Georgia. One of the victims was a senior student from Cairo High School who was only a few days away from graduating.
An initial report indicates that the collision between the two cars that took place just before 8:15 p.m. was responsible for the additional injuries that were received by three other people. The results of the investigation indicate that the driver of a Nissan that was heading south on State Route 112 hydroplaned, which caused him to lose control of the car. This was the cause of the accident.
According to the complaint, the car turned counterclockwise and then slipped into the other lane before colliding with a 2003 Kia that was being driven by Carroll. The troopers said that the front end of the woman’s Kia impacted with the back passenger side of the Nissan immediately before the Nissan drove off the road and into a ditch. At the scene of the collision, authorities determined that Carroll and Max Battensby, who was 25 years old and driving the Nissan, had both succumbed to their injuries and died.