Truck Accident on Georgia Highway 400 in Sandy Springs, Georgia
SANDY SPRINGS, GEORGIA - According to a news article published on ajc.com, a serious tractor-trailer accident shut down a portion of Georgia Highway 400 in Sandy Springs, Georgia, for two hours last Thursday afternoon.*
The severe tractor-trailer truck accident transpired at around 3:15 PM. The truck accident happened close to the North Springs MARTA station and Abernathy Road exit. All Georgia Highway 400 lanes were reopened at around 5 PM.
According to the WSB 24-hour Traffic Center and the Sandy Springs police, the people involved in the tractor-trailer truck crash sustained accident-related injuries. The report states that a photograph of the truck accident revealed the rear passenger side of a sedan was "almost entirely crushed" by the semi-tractor-trailer truck.
The trucking accident is currently under investigation by law enforcement. No additional details about the cause of the accident or the medical condition of those injured have been made public at this time.
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