A South Georgia woman involved in a wreck Thursday on Ga. 365 has died of her injuries.
Following the accident in eastern Hall County, 78-year-old Billie Adams Worley of Tifton was airlifted to the Atlanta Medical Center for treatment.
Worley was one of five people involved in the two-vehicle accident, which happened around 2 p.m. Thursday.
The 2006 Honda Accord Worley was driving was traveling west on Jaemor Farm Road and was attempting to cross Ga. 365 northbound when it was hit on the left side by a northbound Honda Odyssey.
Worley’s two passengers — 81-year-old Frances Jones and 73-year-old Joan Matthews, who are also from Tifton — were transported to Northeast Georgia Medical Center in Gainesville for treatment.
There was no update on their conditions available Friday.
The Odyssey was driven by Robert Matthew King, 22, from Clarkesville.
He and his passenger, Jamey King, 47, from Clarkesville also were taken to the medical center.
Worley, a widow, is survived by a son, David Worley of Huntsville, Ala., and daughters Diane Hardin of St. Marys and Miriam Tomberlin of Merritt Island, Fla.
Funeral arrangements for Worley were incomplete Friday, but they will be announced later by Bowen-Donaldson Home for Funerals in Tifton.