Update: Victim identified in Saturday night motorcycle crash in Loganville


Loganville Police Chief Dick Lowry has identified the driver killed in the crash involving a 2016 Polaris Slingshot in Loganville on Saturday night as Yolanda Pinckney Spence, 53, of Grayson.

“A second vehicle involved in the accident was a 2017 Nissan Maxima driven by a 53 year old Loganville woman,” Lowry said. “Spence was transported initially to Piedmont Walton via ambulance, but due to the severity of her injuries, she was flown to Grady, where she succumbed to her injuries.”

Lowry said Loganville Police Department Accident Investigation Unit is investigating the crash and any decision regarding possible charges will be made after the investigation is complete.

Update: The spokesperson for the City of Loganville confirmed that the driver of the 3-wheeled motorcycle that crashed into a pole on Saturday night did not survive.

“The driver was transported to Grady last night where she later died from the injuries sustained from the accident,” Robbie Schwartz said.

No other details, including her identity, are available at this time. More information should be made available Monday morning.

Initial report

LOGANVILLE, GA (April 15, 2023) The City of Loganville spokesman Robbie Schwartz confirmed that one female rider has been transported to Piedmont Walton in a critical condition following a crash Saturday night on Highway 78 in downtown Loganville.

Schwartz said the crash involved a Slingshot (3-wheeled) motorcycle vs a pole. He said the original call came in as a multiple vehicle crash, including the Slingshot.

The road is open. No other details are available at this time.

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