Brandy Elizabeth Drinnon and Dallas Corbin Dozier Wiki – Biography
Brandy Elizabeth Drinnon, a mother and her son Dallas Corbin Dozier were killed in Georgia last week when a train collided with their car.
The crash happened Thursday morning on Highway 159 near Double Run Road, according to statements by the Wilcox County Sheriff’s Office and a spokesperson for the Georgia Department of Public Safety. According to a preliminary Georgia State Patrol report obtained by PEOPLE on Wednesday, investigators determined that his 2016 Kia Optima was struck by a CSX freighter after the car ran over guard arms at a railroad crossing. .The Georgian soldiers said in the report that the crossed arms were “activated and lowered” and that the red lights at the intersection were also “active, illuminated and flashing.”“The driver of the Kia Optima bypassed his arms crossed to the south turning left around them,” the report stated. “As the vehicle entered the intersection, the front of the eastbound train struck the passenger side of the vehicle.
Brandy Elizabeth Drinnon, 34, and Dallas Corbin Dozier, 17, years old.
Mother and son dead after being hit by train in Wilcox County
“The car was driven by 17-year-old Dallas Corbin Dozier, GSP said. The passenger was identified as 34-year-old Brandy Elizabeth Drinnon.Both were pronounced dead at the scene. The train was blocking the intersection and the Kia was off the road when officers arrived at the scene, ABC affiliate WMAZ-TV reported.Wilcox County Sheriff Robert Rodgers said witnesses claimed to have seen the Kia go through the arms before the crash, according to the outlet.An investigation into the incident is ongoing.Dozier attended Hawkinsville High School and enjoyed “playing games” and “spending time with his cousins” during his spare time, according to his obituary. Drinnon was “self-employed as a tattoo artist” and enjoyed “drawing, traveling, music, fishing, going to the beach and her family and her children,” according to her obituary. “Any donations and/or prayers would be greatly appreciated,” Drinnon’s sister, Kimberly Dixon, wrote in the description of her family’s GoFundMe campaign.