ADAIRSVILLE, GA — A head-on collision with an alleged drunk driver left one man dead in Adairsville, Georgia on Sunday, March 30th, 2014, according to the news report from WSBTV.
Police have said that they have reason to believe Nim Russell was killed when the vehicle he was driving was struck by a vehicle that crossed into his path unexpectedly while driving on Highway 140.
Scene of the Accident
Nim Russell was killed in the accident, while his wife Julia Russell sustained unspecified injuries in the accident. The driver of the vehicle was identified as Michele Blum, who currently faces drunk driving related offenses in connection with the crash investigation.
The Georgia State Police are assisting with the crash investigation.
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