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Mom finds out son is dead when she pulls up to car wreck

A mother found out her son was dead when she pulled up to the site of the car accident that killed him.

Mackean Robertson, 18, died at the scene of the three-car wreck in Cumming, Georgia, after another teen driver did not yield on a left turn.

Robertson's mother, Nicole Bahret, was on her way home when she saw her son's car was in the accident on July 14.

'I knew when I saw his car. So I actually pulled up to the scene. That's how I found out,' she told WSB-TV.

Mackean Robertson, 18, (pictured) died at the scene of a three-car wreck in Cumming, Georgia, on July 14, after another teen driver did not yield on a left turn

Mackean Robertson, 18, (pictured) died at the scene of a three-car wreck in Cumming, Georgia, on July 14, after another teen driver did not yield on a left turn

Robertson's mother, Nicole Bahret, (pictured) was on her way home when she saw her son's car was in the accident

Robertson's mother, Nicole Bahret, (pictured) was on her way home when she saw her son's car was in the accident

Bahret (right) said she had spoken to her son (left) only an hour before the crash and he had asked if he could hang out with his friends that night

Bahret (right) said she had spoken to her son (left) only an hour before the crash and he had asked if he could hang out with his friends that night

Robertson was the only one who died in the crash. The other drivers and passengers were treated at the hospital for their injuries.

Bahret said she had spoken to her son only an hour before the crash.

'He actually asked and said, "Can I hang out with some friends tonight?" And I was like, "Yeah that sounds great,"' Bahret said.

'The day he died was probably one of the happiest days of his life because everything was going his way,' she added.

A week after his death, hundreds of people gathered for Robertson's funeral and his former school, Forsyth Central High School, will host a memorial for the teen on August 12.

A fundraising page has also been set up to help pay for funeral costs.

'He was just full of joy. He was always smiling, always laughing,' Bahret said.

'You never think it's going to be you and everything changes. He was precious.'

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