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Lawmakers in Georgia are mourning the death of a 20-year-old Georgia senator’s aide who was killed on Friday in a fiery car accident.
Around 10 a.m., Harrison Deal, 20, died in a collision involving three cars in Pooler, Georgia. WBTV reported on Friday.
According to the outlet, the collision involved three separate vehicles that caught fire and wounded three other individuals who were treated at the scene.
He was 20 years old.
Car Crash Full Details
The Pooler Police Department reported that Harrison Deal, who was from Bulloch County, was killed on Friday at about 10 a.m. in a crash on eastbound I-16 near Pooler Parkway. Pooler Police rushed to the scene and noticed three cars on fire.
In the accident, Deal was killed. Three other persons were treated for minor injuries at the scene.
Sen. Loeffler was set to make an appearance with Vice President Mike Pence and Sen. David Perdue at a campaign rally in Savannah.
An announcement was made by Rep. Doug Collins that Sen. Loeffler was not making the trip.
Do you think that Georgia Governor Brian Kemp’s daughter’s boyfriend, Harrison Deal was assassinated because Kemp had to fold and publicly call for a signature audit after the “bank heist” tape was released? That’s one hell of a car crash…#StopTheSteal pic.twitter.com/UL8CYIzOsz
— Bruce Porter, Jr. (@NetworksManager) December 5, 2020
State Officials Reaction
According to the allongeorgia.com State Officials React to Tragic Passing of Harrison Deal.
The following statement was issued by GA GOP Chairman David Shafer:
We are completely heartbroken over the loss of Harrison Deal. Our prayers are with the Deal family, the Loeffler team, and everyone who knew and loved him. Senator Loeffler said it best when she said, ‘he embodied the very best of this campaign – and the very best of our state.’ We ask Georgians to join us in lifting Harrison’s family, the Loeffler team, and all of those who loved him up in prayer.
Statement from the Kemp Family on the Passing of Harrison Deal: pic.twitter.com/l5uSWuo05H
— Governor Brian P. Kemp (@GovKemp) December 4, 2020
Senator David Perdue:
Bonnie and I are devastated to learn of the passing of Harrison Deal, a young man from Bulloch County. Harrison interned in my Atlanta office in the summer of 2019, and was currently working as a field representative for Senator Loeffler’s campaign. He was a member of the University of Georgia Class of 2022. Harrison was a smart, kind young man with a bright future ahead of him, and he is gone too soon.
We are praying for his parents, Curt and Jenni Deal, and his sisters, Hannah and Halli. I ask the people of Georgia to join us in keeping the entire Deal family in their hearts on this terrible day.
Statement from Lt. Governor Duncan’s Family on Tragic Loss of Harrison Deal pic.twitter.com/j1CjLOC8oA
— Geoff Duncan (@GeoffDuncanGA) December 4, 2020
Senator Kelly Loeffler:
It is with an extremely heavy heart that we mourn the loss of Harrison Deal. My heart aches for his family, and Jeff and I will continue to surround them in love and prayer in the days ahead. Harrison was a beloved member of our campaign team.
— Kelly Loeffler (@KLoeffler) December 4, 2020
It is with an extremely heavy heart that we mourn the loss of Harrison Deal. My heart aches for his family, and Jeff and I will continue to surround them in love and prayer in the days ahead. Harrison was a beloved member of our campaign team. More importantly, Harrison was a smart, bright, loving, loyal and outstanding young man. Harrison embodied the very best of this campaign – and the very best of our state. We will forever cherish and honor Harrison’s memory, and I ask every Georgian to join us in praying for his family during this difficult time.
Other officials, including State Senator John Kennedy, staffers from other campaigns, and local chapters of the Georgia Republican Party also offered their condolences on social media. Pooler police have not released the exact cause of the crash and the investigation is ongoing. Funeral arrangements have not yet been released.