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Crash survivors transferred; One out of hospital

COLUMBUS, GA (WTVM) - One survivor of Sunday's church van crash in Early County, Georgia has been released from the hospital.  More than a dozen more are still recovering, with several transferred to hospitals in Alabama.

Officials at Flowers Hospital in Dothan, AL say Justin Gill was discharged Monday.  Two other members of the Tabernacle of Prayer and Deliverance church are being treated in Dothan at Southeast Alabama Medical Center.  David Dunn and Sabrina Barnes are listed in stable condition.

Eight-year-old Amari Smith has also been transported to an Alabama hospital.  According to officials, she is listed is good condition at the Children's Hospital in Birmingham.

Nineteen members of the Columbus church were traveling to Quincy, Florida for a revival when a back tire blow out caused the driver to lose control.

Thirty-five-year-old pastor R.D. Williams and his 13-year-old daughter, Jasmin Shelly, were among the victims.  Williams was the pastor at Tabernacle of Prayer and Deliverance Church.  19-year-old Cameron Freeman and 20-year-old Jennifer Walton also died in the crash.

News Leader 9 will continue to follow this story. Count on us to bring in the latest information as soon as it becomes available. 

Four people killed in the crash:
 
Pastor Ronmyka D. Williams, age 35
Jasmin Shelly, age 13
Cameron Freeman, age 19
Jennifer Walton, age 20

The injured:

Kenasha Antreece Seldon, 29, Shiloh, GA
David Dunn, 21, Columbus
Justin Caleb Gill, 22, Colulmbus 
Treveon Gill, age 1, Columbus
Lillian Nicole Ellison, 20, Columbus
Tyisha Latay Gill, 22, Columbus
James Travis Bell, 20, Columbus
Prince Julian Williams, 11, Columbus
Timika Lashawn Williams, 25, Columbus
Kesha Rowland, 32, Columbus
Richard Murray, 19, Columbus
Michael Woodard, 20, Columbus
Sabrina Barnes, 15, Columbus
Amari Smith, 8, Columbus
Aliyyah J. Barri, 19, Columbus


Previous stories 
Friends remember those killed in church bus crash 
Pastor and young passengers killed in church van crash
Crash survivors transferred; One out of hospital
Church bus crash victims remembered; deceased and injured identified


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