Day after video evidence was presented at Georgia hearing, campaign staffer and boyfriend of Gov. Kemps daughter, Harrison Deal dies in car crash on Friday December 4th. At about 10 a.m. it was reported four vehicles collided in the eastbound lane of Interstate 16 in Chatham County, three of them were engulfed in flames as firefighters arrived. Harrison Deal was the only casualty.
Harrison was a University of Georgia student who was working as a field staffer on Sen. Kelly Loeffler’s reelection campaign.
“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,” Loeffler tweeted in response to the news. Loeffler did not join Pence at the rally on Friday.
President Donald Trump offered his condolences to Deal’s family during his rally for Loeffler and Sen. Perdue Saturday in Valdosta, Georgia.
“I just want to say our prayers are with his friends and loved ones, and we will keep his memory in our hearts,” Trump said.
The Kemp family released the following statement Friday on Twitter: “Today we lost a member of our ‘Kemp Strong’ family and words cannot express how much Harrison Deal’s life, love and support meant to us. He was a person of deep faith, unmatched in integrity and incredible kindness. Harris was the Kemp son and brother we never had.”
On Saturday, L. Lin Wood attorney in Atlanta Georgia, posted the following on Twitter: