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23-Year-Old Amarjeet S Ranhotra Dead After Fatal Crash In Cobb County (Cobb County, GA)

Officials from the Selective Traffic Enforcement Program are currently investigating an accident where 23-year-old Amarjeet S. Ranhotra of Acworth died. 

An investigation revealed that the victim was driving eastbound on Due West Road when they lost control of the vehicle while negotiating a left curve. The victim crossed into the westbound lane where another driver, 56-year-old Linda Oparnica crashed head-first into the right side of Ranhotra’s car.

Ranhotra was pronounced dead on the scene.

As the authorities continue their investigation into this fatal crash, they request that anyone with information surrounding the accident call their office at 770-499-3987.

November 30, 2022

Source: Fox 5 Atlanta

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