Multi-Vehicle Accident on GA 365 Injures Eight People
GAINESVILLE, GEORGIA - A news article published on nowhabersham.com reports on a chain-reaction accident that occurred along GA 365 just north of Gainesville, Georgia.* The accident injured eight people and caused five of the injured to be transported to a local area hospital.
The severe crash occurred at around 3:30 PM and happened approximately one-half of a mile south of Ramsey Road in Hall County, Georgia.
The Georgia State Patrol Post 6 in Gainesville reported that all of the motor vehicles involved in the accident were traveling northbound when four vehicles stopped for heavy traffic. The fifth motor vehicle, a Dodge Ram pickup truck rear-ended a Ford F150 driven by a 43-year-old woman from Cornelia.
The collision caused a rear-end chain reaction accident and involved two pickup trucks and an SUV. Three motor vehicles stopped in the median, two other vehicles blocked both traffic lanes of the highway. The crash shut down GA 365 traffic lanes of GA 365 close to the accident site. The crash backed up traffic for several hours. , snarling Friday afternoon commuter traffic.
Several accident victims complained of injuries but declined to be taken by EMS. The Georgia State Patrol charged one of the drivers with following too closely. The multi-vehicle accident is currently under investigation.
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