Monique Sullivan allegedly drove the wrong way down River Watch Parkway for 3 miles, hitting three other cars along the way. Amelia Hiltz and Maureen Floyd, the drivers of the other cars, are still in critical condition.
There's a new traffic signal at the intersection of Mike Padgett Highway and Doug Barnard Parkway near International Paper. Many drivers are applauding DOT for adding the light, especially families who've lost loved ones on that dangerous stretch of road.
The westbound left lane of River Watch Parkway will be closed for repairs on Wednesday. Crews will be replacing the center median guardrail between 8:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. about a half mile from 15th Street.
It was a violent wrong way crash, down a popular Augusta highway, that sent 5 people to the hospital. One victim is still in critical condition as deputies investigate how the driver was able to drive three miles against traffic.
A silver SUV with a married couple and a 4-year-old inside was driving westbound in the eastbound lanes of River Watch. Investigators say they believe 35-year-old Monique Sullivan was behind the wheel.