A traffic collision on Russell Parkway Saturday morning left a Warner Robins woman dead, police said.
Wanda Gay Davis, 58, died from severe impact trauma after she pulled into an intersection and into the path of a pickup truck approaching from her left, according to a release from the Warner Robins Police Department.
The collision happened about 7:50 a.m. at the intersection of Russell Parkway and Booth Road, according to the release. Davis was driving a 2000 Buick Century south on Booth Road while a 1994 Ford F-250 driven by Meghan Ashley Arnette, 20, was heading west on Russell Parkway. An investigation indicated that when Davis tried to turn left onto Russell Parkway the pickup struck her car in the driver’s door area. She died at the scene.
Davis had one passenger in the car, Jeffery Scott, 45, of Warner Robins, according to the release. Scott was taken to The Medical Center of Central Georgia in Macon, where he was listed in serious but stable condition Saturday afternoon.
Arnette, of Kathleen, had one passenger in the pickup, Eddie Johnson, 26, of Warner Robins. Arnette and Johnson were being treated at Houston Medical Center Saturday and were expected to be released that day.
Anyone with information on the collision is urged to call the Warner Robins Police Traffic Division at 293-1037.