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Shanquea Teonnay killed in a multi-vehicle crash near South Fulton Parkway in Union City

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Tragically, a fatal car accident occurred over the weekend, claiming the life of a woman identified as Shanquea Teonnay, also known as Shanquea Boyce to many. Shanquea sustained injuries in the crash that ultimately led to her passing, according to reports.

Shanquea was known for her distinctive sense of humor and personality, which endeared her to her friends. During this challenging time, Shanquea’s loved ones are in the thoughts and prayers of many.

According to Union City officials, a multi-vehicle crash occurred near South Fulton Parkway on Friday night, resulting in injuries to six individuals, two of whom were children.

Union City Fire Battalion Chief Dennis Moore reported that crews were dispatched to the scene at Hunter Road and Mason Parkway near South Fulton Parkway just before 9 p.m.


Upon arrival, emergency responders discovered people who were trapped inside their vehicles.

According to an update from Union City Police, two vehicles collided and came to a stop on the roadside, with one of the cars’ engines left in the middle of the road.

As a result of the crash, four women and two children were transported to the hospital for medical attention. Union City authorities noted that one woman was in critical condition and was taken to Grady Hospital, while another woman was in stable condition and was also taken to Grady.

Additionally, two children were transported to Egleston Children’s Hospital, where they were reported to be in stable condition, according to the police department.


The Union City Police Department’s traffic unit is currently conducting an investigation into the collision.

According to the police department, one of the drivers is expected to face charges, as speed is believed to be the main contributing factor in the accident.

Union City Fire Battalion Chief Dennis Moore commented on the incident, stating that despite the police department’s efforts to decrease speed in the area of South Fulton Parkway, traffic still moves at a relatively fast pace.


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