SAVANNAH, GA (WTOC) - A woman injured in a Jan. 13 motorcycle accident has died from her injuries. The Savannah-Chatham Metro Police Major Accident Investigations team said 30-year-old Jaymie Allison died at Memorial University Medical Center on Saturday, Jan. 15.
Allison and 37-year-old Todd Long were riding their Harley Davidson motorcycles on East Gateway Boulevard when Allison lost control of her motorcycle and slid across the roadway just after midnight.
Long was behind Allison and was unable to avoid hitting her when she lost control. He lost control of his motorcycle and also wrecked.
They were both taken to Memorial University Medical Center. Allison was listed in critical condition. Long was hospitilized and released on Jan. 16. Both were charged with DUI the night of the accident.
SCMPD is continuing to investigate.
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