UPDATE: Victim Identified in Ho Hum Hollow Fatality

The victim is a 26-year-old Loganville woman.

UPDATE from Georgia State Patrol: Victim is Alexandra Nicole Tillman, age 26, of Loganville. Ms. Tillman was traveling south on Ho Hum Hollow Road and was negotiating a curve. She lost control in the curve leaving the roadway on the west shoulder where she struck a large tree. Vehicle was a 2009 Chevrolet Impala

Walton County Sheriff's Office, Walton County Fire and Emergency Services and Georgia State Patrol were on site of a fatal car accident on Ho Hum Hollow Road at about 4 p.m. Jan. 16, 2013.

Traffic is blocked from Youth Monroe Road. This is the second serious wreck on Ho Hum Hollow Road in as many months. J who has just celebrated her 30th birthday, was seriously injured in a single vehicle wreck on Nov. 10, 2012 and is currently at Shepherd's Center recovering from her injuries.

No details are available on today's wreck. Patch will update as these become available.

See also:

  • Wreck on Ho Hum Hollow Road on Sunday Resulted in Woman being Life-Flighted
  • Victim identified in wreck on Ho Hum Hollow Road
jacob cowart January 17, 2013 at 03:34 PM
My condolences to the family. Rip Nicole
austin ergle January 18, 2013 at 12:17 AM
Will always be missed Nicole
Linda Huhn January 18, 2013 at 12:30 AM
It is so very sad about this tradegy. This is on ongoing problem on Ho Hum Hollow. I have lived on this road for years and #1 it is NOT a cut through. #2 the speed limit is 35 mph. That is why. We have farms, deer and every driver needs to be watchful of peacocks which by the way have been here for over 50 years. I mourn this young lady and the countless others that have wrecked, overturned while speeding down this road. I hope this will cause the Walton County Sheriff or GSP to take appropriate steps to stop the speeding and then we don't have to mourn these lives lost. The peacocks are a good 1/2 mile up the road. I can pretty much vouch that peacocks did not cause this accident. Sad, so very sad. Slow down people or someone else will get hurt
Georgiadoll January 19, 2013 at 01:11 AM
So sad to see these lives cut short! Condolences to her family. Its a reminder of just how quickly it can all end. However as a resident who lives on the other side of 78 on Lee Peters Road we see our fair share of speeders and close calls too. We worry that it will only be a matter of time until we see a fatal wreck due to speed and distracted drivers. You know something needs to happen when there are this many wrecks and residents fear getting their mail out of their mailbox etc. due to the cars flying by. These roads are country roads, home to families and farms not a speedway to the other side of the county. No life is worth saving a few extra minutes on the road. Lets not have to bury anymore sons or daughters, wives or husbands, mothers or fathers - Walton County please slow down!
aka_hwy117 January 22, 2013 at 07:14 PM


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