October 19, 2020
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Georgia woman missing since July found dead in car: report

A Georgia mother who went missing in July after a Fourth of July party was reportedly found dead in her car Tuesday.

Natalie Jones, 27, disappeared after she attended a party in Jackson’s Gap, Ala., a little over an hour away from her home in Corinth, Ga.

After months of investigating, the Georgia Bureau of Investigation announced it had found Jones’ bright pink Chevrolet Cavalier with a body inside that had not yet been identified, FOX 5 in Atlanta reported.

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Natalie Jones

Natalie Jones
(Heard County Sheriff’s Office )

Neighbors said the car hadn’t been there on Monday, according to FOX 5.

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Jones had left the party late on July 4 and texted a friend, “I made it, thanks,” according to People magazine. Officials said she had

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Georgia Mom Who Vanished After July 4 Party Is Found Dead in Her Car in Busy Area, Says Family

Heard County Sheriff’s Office Natalie Jones

A Georgia mother of two who disappeared after leaving a Fourth of July party was found dead in her car, which was recently discovered in a well-traveled area.

Natalie Jones, 27, of Corinth, had driven to Jackson’s Gap, Alabama (about an hour from her home), to celebrate July 4 with friends.

Jones, who has two sons, 11 and 8, left the party at about 10:30 p.m., sending a text to a friend who was at the party saying, “I made it. Thanks,” Heard County Sheriff’s Office Lt. Danny Boswell said at the time.

Authorities launched a massive search for Jones and the bright pink car she was driving.

On Tuesday, the Georgia Bureau of Investigation announced on Twitter that Jones’ 2002 Chevrolet Cavalier had been found in Heard County.

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Georgia Power set to electrify portions of its vehicle fleet

Efforts will support Southern Company’s corporate-wide internal fleet electrification goal

ATLANTA, Sept. 28, 2020 /PRNewswire/ — Georgia Power is set to electrify portions of its vehicle fleet as part of a corporate-wide, internal fleet electrification goal. Southern Company, the utility’s corporate parent, today announced plans to convert 50 percent of its system fleet vehicles across the auto/SUV/minivan, forklift and ATV/cart/miscellaneous segments by 2030.

Georgia Power logo. (PRNewsFoto/Georgia Power)
Georgia Power logo. (PRNewsFoto/Georgia Power)

“Our company has long been committed to growing EV infrastructure across the state and supporting customers and businesses looking to go electric,” said Nicole Faulk, Georgia Power’s senior vice president for corporate and customer services. “We’re pleased to take that experience and evolve our fleet internally through electrification. As Southern Company’s largest subsidiary, the electrification of Georgia Power’s fleet will play a significant role in helping us achieve this goal corporate-wide.”

The internal fleet goal is part of a larger

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