The investigation into the deadly crash, which killed four University of Georgia students and critically injured another, has ruled out speed as a factor.
After an analysis of the data received from each vehicle involved in the crash, Georgia State Patrol's Troop B Specialized Collision Reconstruction Team announced "there is no indication of any speeding violation."
Both vehicles were equipped with a Sensing Diagnostic Module. After an analysis of the data received from each vehicle, there is no indication of any speeding violation noted within the data recovered.
Earlier in the investigation, the SCRT Team ruled out the possibility that drugs or alcohol were involved.
The five students were headed back to campus in a Toyota Camry when the crash happened on Georgia Highway 15 in Oconee County.
Kayla Canedo, 19, of Alpharetta; Brittany Feldman, 20, of Alpharetta; Christina Semeria, 19, of Milton; and Halle Scott, 19, of Dunwoody all died as a result of the crash. The driver, Agnes Kim, 21, is still in critical condition.
According to the incident report, Kim lost control of the Camry began to rotate counter-clockwise. The Camry, which was headed north, entered the southbound lane where it was struck on its passenger side by another vehicle.
The driver of the other car, Abby Short, 27, of Demorest, received "significant injury to one of her legs" and was transported to Athens Regional Medical Center.