Crash Injures Three on Eisenhower Parkway in Macon, Georgia (GA)
MACON, GA- 13wmaz.com writes that a crash took place this week on the Eisenhower Parkway in Macon. The incident reportedly occurred when a woman was trying to turn onto the interstate and ended up in a crash with another vehicle.*
One of the victims was a 21-year-old driver in a Nissan Versa. That individual was reportedly the one who was attempting to turn onto Interstate 75. A 1999 BMW was traveling on the Eisenhower Parkway, and as the Nissan turned, the two vehicles collided. The young woman in the Nissan suffered critical injuries in the wreck. The driver in the BMW, identified as a 29-year-old woman, and a passenger in her car were both seriously injured as well. The two people from the BMW were in stable condition. Police are asking any witnesses or individuals with information to come forward.
The Fourth of July weekend led to many crashes in the state of Georgia. Some reports indicate that eleven people were killed in the state over the course of the weekend.
Georgia has taken steps recently to reduce the number of deadly crashes that take place every year in the state. The hands-free law that the state instituted is an attempt to prevent drivers from being distracted while behind the wheel. As of 2018, officials were encouraged by a 2.3 percent reduction in crash-related deaths in the state. Some pointed to the lower number of fatalities as a positive sign that the law is helping make Georgia's roads safer.
Sadly, even with the drop in fatalities, 1,504 people were killed in traffic accidents in the state in 2018, and pedestrian deaths increased.
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