2 From Winston Killed in Crash

Michael Cory Camp, 21, was taken by ambulance to the hospital where he is in the Intensive Care Unit. Charges are pending against Camp because alcohol is suspected as a contributing factor in the crash.

Alcohol was involved in an early morning crash that killed a driver and passenger, both from Winston, and sent a Carrollton man to the Atlanta Medical Center, Gordy Wright said in an email, spokesman for the Georgia State Patrol.

The two fatalities are identified as Zachary Lewis Crenshaw and Matthew Ryan Miller, both 20 years old. Michael Cory Camp, 21, was taken by ambulance to the hospital where he is in the Intensive Care Unit. Charges are pending against Camp because alcohol is suspected as a contributing factor in the crash.

The crash occurred around 2 a.m. on Post Rd. near Ephesus Church Rd. A black VW Jetta, driven by Camp, was traveling south on Post Rd. when the vehicle crossed the centerline in a curve and struck a northbound red BMW.
Crenshaw was identified as the driver and Miller the passenger of the BMW.

The Georgia State Patrol post in Villa Rica and the GSP Specialized Collision Reconstruction Team from Forsyth are investigating the crash, Wright said.

Dick Jones May 02, 2012 at 04:25 PM
R.I.P. Zack Crenshaw & Matthew Miller. My daughter knew one of them from Alexander High School. Every time I bitch about getting older, news like this makes me thankful for the opportunity to get older.
Tori Martin May 02, 2012 at 04:32 PM
This Matthew Miller is not the same Matthew Miller that goes to Alexander. He is still alive. Though I am sorry to the families that lost their loved ones.
S Cochran May 02, 2012 at 04:49 PM
This is my cousin, Zack Crensahw...I am so very sad that this happened to these families. I pray God will wrap them in his arms and comfort them at this time.
MomOfTwo23 May 02, 2012 at 07:13 PM
I give my condolences to these families. I just wish there was more things for teens to do around Douglasville other than going to the movies and bowling. I believe there would be less parties and irresponsible things happening around here if there was more things for teens or even twenty somethings to do around here without traveling to other counties. Being 22 myself, I have to go Hiram to find anything to do. We need to stop putting in stores that just close in a matter of months and put more things for kids/teens to do.
causeicare May 02, 2012 at 07:22 PM
Does anyone know if Zach Crenshaw went to Ms. Vivian's Daycare as a kid?
nancy May 04, 2012 at 03:13 PM
Yes he did. Beautiful young man, my nephew. nancywilson7@aol.com
Amber May 09, 2012 at 02:01 PM
Yes he did, him & his brother both did. I know this because I lived a few houses down, and attended the same daycare. Its very sad.
Fran Armstrong August 14, 2012 at 12:35 AM
This guy was not a teenager. There are plenty of other things to do besides drink and drive. Ever notice it's always the innocent parties that get killed? The drunk usually walks away. We need stiffer penalties. Driving a car while drunk is no different than using a gun. They are both weapons that can kill. When you drink and decide to drive yourself instead of calling someone to pick you up, you are making a conscious decision and should pay the consequences. We need stiffer penalties. Many drunks have had several DUI's and are still out on the roads. My condolences to these two boys families. Their lives should not have been taken because someone just didn't care enough to keep his drunk ass off the road.
JB December 28, 2012 at 06:49 AM
I feel the same way Fran Armstrong. Thank you for your comment. My prayers go out to the familes and loved ones of these young men.
real time February 09, 2013 at 01:21 AM
It is time to ban certain types of cars any car with 4 or more wheels or if they can go over 10 mph we need to get the President Obama to start this in the morning. For the real side of this car company's could add a system to them to test your breath to see how drunk you are and if you been drinking then the car would not start. But no the government can not stop drunk drivers which kills more people than guns. So sorry to here people get killed by drunk drivers and nothing done but put one drunk in jail at the time after they kill someone. To the family's so sorry for your loss. get in touch with the government and press them hard.
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