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3 Savannah road deaths early Thanksgiving morning

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SAVANNAH, Ga. (AP) - Savannah authorities confirm that three men died after accidents in Chatham County early Thanksgiving morning.

Just after midnight, a vehicle struck and killed 35-year-old pedestrian Jonathan Edwards. The driver did not stop.

Police later arrested Jessica Krebs, a 25-year-old who called police from her residence to report her windshield had been broken. She is charged with DUI, hit-and-run with fatal injuries and first-degree vehicular homicide.

Elsewhere, 57-year-old Mark Gunter and 25-year-old Anthony Davis died after their vehicles collided on Veterans Parkway about 2:30 a.m.

Gunter drove his Chevrolet Suburban the wrong way on the northbound side of the highway and struck Davis, who was driving north in his BMW. Gunter died on the scene. Davis died several hours later at Memorial University Medical Center.

Police are still investigating both accidents.

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