Who was Sidney Compagines? Missing Georgia woman, 21, found dead after her car flipped off road into embankment
BIBB COUNTY, GEORGIA: A missing woman, Sidney Compagines, was discovered dead on Saturday, May 15 afternoon, according to Bibb County Coroner Leon Jones. Compagines was last seen around 1 am on Friday, May 14 at the Cook Out fast food on 155 Tom Hill Sr Boulevard in Macon. She had made some friends there, according to Bibb County deputies.
Compaignes' car flipped off Lower Thomaston Lane, according to Jones. It was the woman's uncle who discovered Compagines. According to the Bibb County Sheriff's Office, no other vehicles were involved in the accident, per reports by WGXA. To ascertain the cause of death, an autopsy will be performed.
Who was Sidney Compagines?
Sidney Compagines, 21, worked at the Medical Center Atrium Health Navicent. She was supposed to be there on May 14 night, but did not show up. According to her Facebook profile, Compagines studied nursing at Georgia Southern University. Prior to that, she went to Windsor Academy.
Compagines' cousin Jenni Morris says she had never gone this long without contacting friends and family. She was last seen driving a white Toyota Corrolla from the year 2018. Her last communication was to her mother via text that she would be coming home soon, that her phone was about to die, and to leave the door unlocked since she forgot her house key, reported WGXA.
A GoFundMe page had been set up by the family to help pay for a private investigator. It remains active after news came of her death in the crash and has collected $4,505 of its $10,000 goal so far. A Facebook community page was also set up. "Our hearts are broken but we now have closure. Sidney lost her life in a horrific car accident. Thank you for all of your prayers. Our family asked for continued prayers and privacy as we deal with the loss of our precious Sidney. She is now in heaven with her Grandmama," said the page called 'Help Find Sidney Compagines'.
A Bibb County Sheriff's Office press release said that at around 3.34 pm, the Macon-Bibb 911 Center received a report that the vehicle of the 21-year-old had been found down an embankment in a wooded area in the 300 block of Lower Thomaston Rd. The vehicle was located by family members who had been checking the area. Compagines was inside the vehicle and was later pronounced deceased by the Bibb County Coroner’s Office.
This incident is still under investigation. Anyone with information in reference to this accident is urged to contact the Bibb County Sheriff’s Office at (478)751-7500.