William Sternot Death – Cherokee County, Georgia, was the location of a fatal car accident that occurred on Tuesday evening. According to the Cherokee County Sheriff’s Office, deputies responded to a crash involving a single vehicle that occurred on Earney Road close to Silver Fox Run just before 8 o’clock in the evening. It was discovered by them that a Mazda 3 had gone off the road and collided with a tree when they arrived.
Deputy sheriffs have stated that the driver, who has been named as William Sternot, 17, from Roswell, was declared deceased at the scene of the accident. Not a single other person was riding in the vehicle with him. There is an investigation being conducted by the Traffic Enforcement Unit of the Cherokee Sheriff’s Office.
According to Georgia department of public health, in 2020, motor vehicle crashes were the second leading cause of injury deaths and second leading cause of hospitalizations and ER visits in Georgia. MVCs include both traffic and non-traffic cases. They affect Georgians across the state and life span. In 2020, motor vehicle traffic deaths were the leading cause of injury deaths for children between 5 and 14 years of age, and the second leading cause of death among adults age 25-65+.
In that same year, Georgia had the 4th greatest number of traffic fatalities (1,664) in the nation, even though Georgia has the 8th largest population in the United States.
William Sternot’s obituary and funeral arrangements will be released by the family at a later date.
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