A 16-year-old girl hurt in a fiery weekend crash in Dodge County was pulled from the burning wreckage by two passersby.
Marissa Arnold, 16, of Cochran, was at the wheel of a black 2011 Chevrolet Camaro that was traveling west on West Chicken Road with 16-year-old passenger Ellie Wortham, according to Georgia State Patrol report on the Friday night crash.
Arnold was speeding and over-corrected in a curve near Towns Road, causing the Camaro to spin off the roadway and strike a tree, the report said.
The car flipped over and erupted in flames.
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Arnold got out and Wortham was “pulled from the vehicle by to individuals who were passing by,” the report said.
Both girls suffered non-fatal injuries.