Pickens High School football player killed in crash – Story
PICKENS COUNTY, Ga. – Deputies in Pickens County have actually recognized the teen killed in a single-car accident Saturday afternoon.Jordan Simonds, 16
, was a sophomore at Pickens County High School. He played on the defensive line for Dragons Football.
Very sad day for the Dragons. 1 of our players, Jordan Simonds, passed away in an automobile mishap. Please keep the family in your prayers
— Pickens Football (@PickensFootball)March 12, 2017 The Pickens County Sheriff’s Office stated the crash happened along Salem Church Roadway. The Georgia State Patrol will be performing the investigation into the crash. Deputies stated a traveler in the automobile with Simonds was flown to Wellstar Kennestone Hospital in Kennesaw. The passenger’s name was not launched Saturday, but deputies determined him as a juvenile and stated he was talking to first responders at the scene.
I want all our gamers (past and present) to understand that we enjoy them and our entire personnel is here for them constantly. We are a household.
— Pickens Football (@PickensFootball)
March 12, 2017 School officials said there additional counselors on hand at Pickens High School on Monday for students and faculty.The cause of the accident has not yet been released.