Two injured, one dead after collision on North Avenue in Rome, Georgia
ROME, GA - A news story on northwestgeorgianews.com reports that the Rome Police are currently investigating an accident that tragically injured two people. One person was tragically killed in a motor vehicle accident.
According to the Rome Police accident report, a 2006 Volkswagen Jetta was heading westbound along North Avenue when the Volkswagen Jetta crashed with an eastbound Ford Explorer. A passenger in the Volkswagen Jetta, a 37-year-old man, was taken to Floyd Medical Center for treatment of life-threatening injuries. However, the man tragically passed away at 11:35 in the morning. The man's blunt force trauma was listed as the cause of death.
Both drivers involved in the head-on collision were taken to Floyd Medical Center for treatment of accident-related injuries. There were no citations issued at this time. The motor vehicle accident is currently under investigation by law enforcement. No names were revealed in the accident.
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