Sculptor Andy Davis critically injured in motorcycle crash

Rockdale News

MCDONOUGH - Sculptor Andy Davis, who created a sculpture for the Light House Village in Conyers and was recently tapped to create a statue of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. for the Capitol grounds, was critically injured in an accident early Saturday morning.

According to Georgia State Patrol and reports in WSB and Henry Herald, Davis was riding a motorcycle around 12:35 a.m. near the intersection of Jodeco Road and the I-75 ramp and was stopped at the traffic light in the left eastbound lane of Jodeco Road.

A black Toyota pickup truck driven by Corey Ashton Sease, 20, was also traveling in the left eastbound lane of Jodeco Road and struck Davis' motorcycle from behind. Davis was ejected from the motorcycle.

Sease was charged with DUI, following too closely, and possession of marijuana less than 1 ounce.

Davis, 53, was air-lifted and hospitalized at Grady Memorial reportedly with skull fractures and traumatic brain injuries.

He was not officially deceased as of 9 p.m. Saturday. Family and friends say his organs will be donated - Davis was clear with them about his status as an organ donor - and he is being kept on life support until the process is completed. However, he was described as "essentially deceased." Continue reading