Two people were killed and four were injured after a multi-vehicle accident Wednesday night on Highway 92 north of downtown Douglasville.

Cpl. Jay Trawick with the Georgia State Patrol said there were five vehicles involved in the accident, which happened around 7:15 p.m. on Highway 92 at Brickleberry Way not far from the Paulding County line.

Trawick confirmed Thursday afternoon that Daryl Dewayne Head, 42, of Warner Robins, and Charles Matthew Paine, 30, of Douglasville, were killed in the accident.

Trawick said a white Kia Soul driven by Paine was traveling north on Highway 92 and rear-ended a white Toyota Tundra pickup driven by Aaron James White, 33, of Hiram.

The white Tundra was forced into oncoming traffic where it struck a blue Toyota Camry head-on driven by Head, Trawick said. The blue Camry came to final rest near the area of impact.

The white Tundra flipped over and struck a southbound dark blue Ford F-150 driven by Daniel Reyes, 45, of Douglasville, head-on,Trawick said. The two trucks came to rest near their areas of impact.

The white Kia Soul continued north where it struck a gold Toyota Camry driven by Alquetta Thurman, 37, of Douglasville, head-on, according to Trawick. The Kia and the gold Camry came to rest near their areas of impact, Trawick said.

Trawick said Shintell Browder, 42, of Kennesaw, who was a passenger in the blue Camry, was airlifted to Grady Memorial Hospital in Atlanta. Trinity Chism, 13, of Kennesaw, who was also in the blue Camry, was also taken to Grady by ambulance.

Thurman, who was driving the gold Camry, was taken to WellStar Paulding Hospital by ambulance, Trawick said.

White, who was driving the Tundra, was taken by ambulance to Atlanta Medical Center, Trawick said.

Reyes, who was driving the F-150, was not taken to the hospital, Trawick said.

Tfc. Zach McKenzie worked the accident for the Georgia State Patrol.

Contact Ron Daniel by email at ron@douglascountysentinel.com.

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