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Driver dies in single-vehicle crash

The second traffic-related fatality this month occurred Sunday afternoon on Georgia Highway 17 near Rocky Ford.
Amy Suzanne Dailey Flanders, 40, of Rocky Ford, died from head and chest trauma after she was ejected from her Honda CR-V.
Screven County Coroner James Strickland said Flanders did not appear to be wearing her seatbelt when the vehicle left the roadway and rolled over more than once, struck a sign, and eventually came to an upright rest a little more than a foot from the fog line at the side of the road.
The Georgia State Patrol incident report did not say what caused Flanders’ loss of control. Neither alcohol nor drug use was not suspected and there were no listed possible distractions or obstructions of vision.
Flanders’ visitation was Tuesday at Thompson-Strickland-Waters Funeral home and her funeral services were held Wednesday at Rocky Ford Baptist Church with Rev. Mike Johnston and Rev. Al Rahn officiating. She was buried at the Rocky Ford Cemetery.
Friends of Screven County Animals are accepting remembrances of Flanders, care of Kathy Dixon at P.O. Box 98, Sylvania, GA 30467.
Flanders’ father, Jimmy E. Dailey, was also killed in a traffic accident Jan. 31 when his vehicle left Rocky Ford Road near the Ogeechee River. Dailey was thrown from his vehicle and pronounced dead at the scene.