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Covington woman killed in head-on wreck
McKenzie-cropped driver that caused fatal crash - she survived
McKenzie Farrow Crowe, 17, the driver of the 2003 Ford Explorer that struck and killed 56-year-old Alison M. Bell. Crowe was life-flighted to the hospital Friday.

A 56-year-old Covington woman was killed in a head-on collision around 2:48 a.m. Friday, Jan. 27.

Alison M. Bell was driving a 2002 Ford Explorer when an oncoming 2003 Ford Ranger, driven by 17-year-old McKenzie Farrow Crowe of Oxford, a senior at Eastside High School, reportedly crossed the center line and hit her head on, according to Georgia State Patrol spokesman Gordy Wright.

Crowe was airlifted to Grady Hospital for treatment. The Specialized Collision Reconstruction Team is working on the investigation currently and charges are pending against Crowe.

“Alcohol is suspected and blood was drawn from Ms. Crowe for analysis,” Wright said.