One Tragically Killed, Two Injured in a Severe Motor Vehicle Accident in Augusta, Georgia
AUGUSTA, GEORGIA - According to an accident news article published on wrdw.com, information concerning a fatal accident at Troupe Street and Wrightsboro Road.*
The accident report states that a high school football head coach was seriously injured in the motor vehicle accident. The coach's wife and their son were also seriously injured in the motor vehicle accident. The coach and his wife are in the intensive care unit and are receiving medical treatment for rib fractures, liver lacerations, and spleen cuts.
The accident news report states that their son is at home recovering from minor injuries. According to Sherrif's deputies, the motor vehicle accident occurred during a police chase. It is not clear how the police chase is connected with the crash, but the Georgia State Patrol reported that the coach's Toyota 4Runner was T-boned by a vehicle traveling at more than 90 mph.
The Augusta Fire Department and Emergency Management Agency reported the two-car accident and that one of the motor vehicles exploded into fire. The other vehicle then rolled over and onto its side. The Richmond County Coroner's Office reported that a 50-year-old man involved in the crash tragically died at the accident scene.
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