Information surrounding the accident between a Georgia State trooper and a car of four teenagers continue to be released and now, the trooper has been fired from his job.
The trooper was fired late this week for driving excessively fast in a crash that claimed the lives of two teenage girls from Paulding County.
Kylie Hope Lindsey, 17, and Isabella Alise Chinchilla, 16, died on September 26 after Anthony J. Scott, 26, hit the vehicle carrying the teenagers at 68 mph while trying to make a left turn. The speed limit was 55mph, but Scott was driving 91 mph before the crash, according to investigators. Scott was not responding to a call and did not have cause for the speed.
Dillon Lewis Wall, 18, and Benjamin Alan Finken, 17, were in the front seat of the vehicle and were taken to the hospital following the crash.