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Woman, 27, perishes in holiday weekend crash

Georgia State Patrol troopers continue to investigate a July 5 evening Poor Robin Landing Road crash that left one Sylvania woman dead and a man critically injured.
The driver of the 2000 Chevrolet truck, James Oliver Cantrell, 26, was airlifted to Georgia Regents hospital in Augusta after sustaining incapacitating injuries after the truck he was driving left the road and hit a tree. As of Wednesday morning Cantrell is listed in “serious” condition, which was downgraded from the “critical” condition.
Tiffany Shade Brannen, 27, of Sylvania, was the passenger. Screven County Coroner James Strickland said Brannen was killed instantly from massive bodily trauma after her side of the vehicle struck the tree first. Brannen was not wearing a seatbelt.
Law enforcement officers at the scene suspected alcohol use and gave Cantrell a blood test, but the results are pending. The crash report states Cantrell was going too fast for conditions and “operated motor vehicle in erratic, reckless, careless, negligent” ways.
Both of the vehicle’s occupants had to be extricated from the vehicle with the Jaws of Life tool by responding emergency personnel.
Brannen was laid to rest in the Screven County Memorial Cemetery Tuesday. The service was officiated by minister George Pevey. Joiner Anderson Screven Funeral Home was where her visitation occurred Monday.
The mother of two sons, Brannen was a Screven County High School graduate.
She had been enrolled in nursing school for the upcoming fall semester. Her obituary said she loved fishing, gardening, and spending time with her family.