Updates on Loganville Teens Injured in Spring Break Wreck
A Facebook Page has been started with update information on two of the teens most seriously injured a car wreck in Florida Sunday while returning from a spring break vacation.
Four teens from the Loganville area were involved in a serious car accident on Sunday on the way back from Panama City after a spring break vacation. Two of the teens, Alan Peper and Aaron Garcia, both Walnut Grove High School students, were the most seriously injured. They remain hospitalized in Panama City.
A Facebook page has been started to give updates on the recovery of these two Loganville teens. Two others also in the car at the time of the accident, Myles Tate and Corey Lockridge, have reportedly been discharged from the hospital.
According to Russ Butcher, pastor of The Church at the Grove, the teens were about an hour out of Panama City when the accident occurred early Sunday morning. They were returned to the hospital in Panama City since that was the closest trauma unit.
According to the Facebook page, the accident happened at about 6 p.m. when the Ford Explorer the teens were in went out of control and rolled four times before coming to rest upside down.
+Editor's note: According to the Facebook page, there were five teens in the car but the name of a fifth person has not been confirmed at this time.