August 16, 2018

Northwest Georgia teacher, parapro among seven killed in holiday traffic crashes

Christi Mooney, 45, of Rome, was a kindergarten teacher at Glenwood Primary School (Photo: northwestgeorgianews.com)

Christi Mooney, 45, of Rome, was a kindergarten teacher at Glenwood Primary School (Photo: northwestgeorgianews.com)

(Georgia) — As of noon Sunday, seven people have been killed statewide in motor vehicle accidents, all from the North Georgia area. Among those seven were two education professionals from Floyd County.

Christi Mooney, 45, of Rome, was a kindergarten teacher at Glenwood Primary School, and Marsha Coleman, 60, also of Rome, was a parapro at the school.

Mooney was driving a Lincoln Sedan and Coleman was a passenger, according to the Georgia State Patrol.

Ricardo Clarke, 30, of Rome, was also killed in the Friday night collision. He was driving a Nissan pickup according to the GSP. His pickup truck crossed the center line and struck the Lincoln.

In addition to one other fatality being reported by the GSP in northeast Georgia, three deaths were reported by local agencies in metro Atlanta including one each in Snellville, Cobb Co., and College Park.

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