Three people, including a 4-month-old boy, were transported to hospitals following a Sunday, Feb. 21, single-vehicle wreck in South Hall, according to authorities.
A 4-month-old boy was flown by helicopter to Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta at Scottish Rite around noon, according to authorities.
Georgia State Patrol assistant post commander Sgt. Major Patterson Kevin Onandi said Murillo-Miralda, 19, of Norcross, was driving a Honda Civic eastbound on Poplar Springs Road toward a left curve and traveled off of the right shoulder of the road.
Murillo-Miralda allegedly overcorrected and lost control, causing the car to strike a ditch off of the right shoulder.
After striking the ditch, the back of the car vaulted into the air and hit a tree.
Murillo-Miralda and passenger Catherin Velasquez-Gueva, 18, of Norcross, were transported to Northeast Georgia Medical Center with non-life-threatening injuries.
Patterson said Murillo-Miralda was charged with failure to maintain lane and driving while unlicensed.
Hall County Fire Services previously provided inaccurate information on the patients transported following the crash.