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Macon County Deer Hunters Killed In Car Crash

Driver of other vehicle charged with DUI.

Daryl Kirby | December 11, 2018

What should have been another in a long history of great weekends at a 23-year Macon County hunting club turned tragic in a senseless instant. Two hunters returning to deer camp after eating lunch in Reynolds on Nov. 3 were killed in a head-on crash with a vehicle driven by another deer hunter. 

Killed were Todd Hannah, 52, of Waco, and Corbin Davis, 29, of LaGrange, both members of the Tote Over Creek Hunting Club. 

According to Sgt. Robbie Roberson, of the Georgia State Patrol, the driver of the other vehicle, Joshua Parkerson, 41, of Atlanta, had just left another Macon County hunting tract when the wreck occurred. 

Parkerson was taken to a Macon hospital with minor injuries. He was charged with DUI, two counts of vehicular homicide and failure to maintain lane. Roberson said the accident occurred at 2 p.m. when Parkerson’s northbound vehicle crossed the centerline of Highway 128 just south of Reynolds near the Taylor County line.

“Two amazing men taken so unexpected,” said Charles Nickelson. “Pray for the

families and our club as we begin to pick up the pieces.”

A Gofundme page is set up for the wife and unborn son (due May 13) of Corbin Davis. To donate, visit Gofundme.com/support-hillary-kerr-davis.

Taken in the Nov. 3 wreck was Corbin Davis, 29, who was to find out the next week whether his first child was a son or daughter.

Todd Hannah saw 25 deer the morning before the wreck, including several bucks. “He was so excited,” said a friend.

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1 Comment

  1. maco_outdoors on December 11, 2018 at 3:12 pm

    Awful. Prayers for the family and club members and Macon Co.

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