Fatal Wrong-way Accident on Georgia 400 in Forsyth County, Georgia
FORSYTH COUNTY, GEORGIA - A news report posted on cbs46.com states that emergency dispatchers answered several calls early morning on Sunday regarding a wrong-way driver on Georgia 400.*
The caller stated that the driver was driving about 100 MPH in the wrong direction alon Georgia 400.
The car tragically caused a fiery accident that killed the wrong-way driver and another driver in Forsyth County, Georgia. The severe head-on collision occurred at around 1:30 in the morning. The 35-year-old Atlanta man was driving south in the northbound lanes of the interstate. The driver hit a silver Lexus IS250 that was being driven by 22-year-old Man from Cumming, Georgia, stated the Sheriff's office.
The fatal accident caused the roadway to be closed down for several hours, while emergency crew members worked to open the traffic lanes and conduct the investigation.
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