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Two hospitalized after head-on wreck
Authorities still investigating
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Forsyth County News


Two people, including a teenager, remain hospitalized after a head-on collision over the weekend in Cumming.

Forsyth County Sheriff’s Capt. Tim House said Sauncerae Hohman, 17, of Dawsonville and 21-year-old James Jordan of Roswell were both in stable condition Tuesday at North Fulton Hospital.

House said no charges have been filed yet in the wreck, which occurred about 10:30 p.m. Friday at 334 Dahlonega St. near Ingram Avenue.

According to a sheriff’s report, Hohman was traveling north on Dahlonega Street in a 1988 Acura Integra when the vehicle was struck by a southbound 2001 BMW 325I driven by Jordan.

According to the report, the BMW crossed into oncoming traffic when Jordan looked down at his cell phone.

The BMW reportedly struck the Acura head on, sending both vehicles spinning counterclockwise before stopping on Dahlonega Street.

Also taken to North Fulton that night was Jordan’s passenger, 21-year-old Sarah Stephenson of Alpharetta.

House said she was treated for minor injuries and released from the hospital that night.

Cumming police also responded to the wreck, which House said is still under investigation.