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Victim identified in March 9 wreck in South Hall

Courtney Brannon, 21, was killed in a one-car wreck Friday, March 9, in South Hall.

The Hall County coroner’s office released the identity of the woman to The Times on Monday, March 19. The Hall County Sheriff’s Office declined to release the name last week noting that “this investigation remains very active.”

The Times has filed an open records request for an incident report in the case. Incident reports are public documents and include names of victims.

Sheriff’s Office Lt. Scott Ware said the woman was driving a green 1998 Honda Civic EX at the time of the accident, which was between 5 p.m. and 6 p.m. March 9 in the 3600 block of Tanners Mill Road at Tanners Mill Circle.

An obituary on Dignity Memorial noted that Brannon was a Braselton resident who graduated from Faith Academy. She loved God, her family, the color pink and “anything leopard print,” according to the obituary. She also “had a contagious laugh and enjoyed shopping.”

Ware said anyone with information on the case should call Sgt. John Morgan at 770-718-2383 or the Sheriff’s Office tip line at 770-503-3232. Callers can remain anonymous.