Georgia State student killed in car accident

Atlanta residents are being urged to take precaution due to iced over roads. Photo by Hannah Greco | The Signal
Atlanta residents are being urged to take precaution due to iced over roads. Photo by Hannah Greco | The Signal
Atlanta residents are being urged to take precaution due to iced over roads.
Photo by Hannah Greco | The Signal

A Georgia State student was killed in a car accident Saturday morning, in Monroe, Georgia, according to 11 Alive.

In a release, the Monroe County Sheriff’s office said the 20-year-old student, Malik Jordan, was involved in a car accident while driving on I75-N around 7:15 a.m. and was pronounced dead at the scene.

Jordan was from Albany, Georgia returning to Atlanta, when his car slid on a patch of ice, according to Fox 5 News. The student lost control of the vehicle and hit a tree.

Sgt. Lawson Bittick, public information officer for the Monroe County Sheriff’s Office, told The Telegraph, the ice caused the Lincoln Navigator to slide off the road.

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