Fatal multi-car crash on I-285 claims life of 20-year-old GSU student with dreams of becoming a lawyer

A tragic accident in DeKalb County last week claimed the life of a 20-year-old Georgia State student, who had aspirations of becoming a lawyer, according to his grieving family.

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Zuriel-Alice Emambo Ngome, affectionately known as “Ema” to her family, tragically lost her life on March 16 in a devastating multi-car accident on I-285 near I-675. The collision occurred at approximately 5:16 a.m. when the car in which Ngome was a passenger collided with another vehicle, subsequently crashing into a median wall and ultimately being struck head-on by yet another car.

Two additional individuals sustained injuries in the incident.

Ngome’s family members shared that he achieved the remarkable feat of being on the Dean’s List at GSU. Furthermore, they mentioned that he had a strong aspiration of becoming a lawyer.

“Ema’s remarkable presence on the Dean’s List showcased her unwavering commitment and exceptional intelligence, serving as a source of inspiration for everyone fortunate enough to cross paths with her,” expressed family members on a GoFundMe page organized to support funeral costs. “We are at a loss for words to adequately convey the profound grief we are experiencing following the sudden and devastating loss of our incredible daughter, sister, cousin, and friend.”

On Friday, the family plans to hold a balloon release in Ngome’s honor.

It is not clear if anyone faced charges in the crash or what events transpired beforehand.

To contribute, you can make a donation to the GoFundMe HERE .

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