The teenage ATV rider killed him after pushing him into the deputy’s car

Georgia’s mother is looking for answers Later Her 17-year-old daughter was killed in a four-wheeler accident.

May 27, 17 years old Cheyenne Grace Die Augusta At its junction Barton Chapel Road And Blossom drive.

According to WJBF, Dashandra Park One when her daughter was not to blame Dodge Challenger His injury, and a Richmond County Sheriff Deputy Burton ran over him on Chapel Road.

“Look at him under that police car …” Parks told the news station.

Parks told the outlet that Cheyenne was not a cheater while driving a four-wheeler.

“It’s not like he’s just going to say, ‘Oh, I’m going to jump in today and get on and off.'”

That Friday night, Parks said Cheena was wearing a helmet, and the lights on the ATV were on.

Parks claims his daughter is being criticized online for driving four-wheelers on the road.

“He was crossing, but he was waiting in the middle and obeying the traffic rules. He was waiting for this traffic to clear his way. It wasn’t clear because he was still sitting there, and someone decided to come around and push him. “

Commissioner Alvin Mason Augusta visited the Cheyenne Memorial on Monday.

“It’s part of what I’m saying here,” he told WJBF. If you look, there is really no street light, very little light. I’m asking my colleagues if we need street lights here. We need to light up the place. “

Mason said Burton Chapel Road could easily be identified as a death trap, and adding speed bumps and other traffic signals could prevent another such incident.

He claims that if anyone is responsible, they will be held accountable. He said the truth remains that they must solve lighting and motion problems.

Georgia State Patrol is reportedly investigating the incident, and as of Wednesday, the GSP crash report has not been released.

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