Georgia College and State University mourns the loss of two students after a deadly early morning car accident.
Faye Little says she heard a loud violent noise around midnight, and then there was a knock on her door.
"He was injured on his arm and was concerned for his friends," says Little.
Four students were headed south on North Columbia St. when the driver lost control of the car.
The car then propelled into trees behind Little's house. One of the students in the car asked Little to call 911.
Little says, "It was frightening...terribly frightening that someone was down there."
2 students survived the crash. Freshmen Alexander Delor and John Harof died.
Friends left flowers at the accident location in honor of the young men. Delor and Harof lived in the same dorm together and were both from the Atlanta area.
Students were shocked of the news."It's just really tragic when you have a pair of kids go off to college and not end up coming back," says Student John Elliot.
Brittany Floyd adds,"It was hard to hear something like that...especially, them being freshmen and really being so young and not even getting to experience college."
Police say they don't think alcohol played a factor and are working to determine if the weather and speed are to blame.
Little says North Columbia Street is dangerous and speeding is common in that area.
Georgia College and State University plans on holding a memorial service for the young men. No date has been set as of yet.