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Fatal Pedestrian Collision Reported in Bartow County, Georgia

May 16, 2022

GEORGIA - According to an article published on, a forty-nine-year-old Cartersville man was tragically killed in a car accident that happened at the intersection of Mission Road and  Burnt Hickory Road.*  

Georgia State Patrol issued an auto accident report stating that the crash occurred on May 12, 2022, at around 11 PM. The motor vehicle accident involved a Saturn SUV and a Ford Transit van. The two vehicles collided on Burnt Hickory Road and came to rest in the northbound turning lane. 

The Ford Transit van's driver exited the van after the crash and began walking toward the Saturn. While the van's driver was walking in the roadway, he was hit by a Ford Econoline van and a Toyota Tacoma pickup truck. The Econoline and the Tacoma were traveling southbound along Burnt Hickory Road prior to the fatal crash. 

The pedestrian collision victim was tragically declared deceased at the scene of the accident. The fatal pedestrian incident is currently under investigation by law enforcement. No additional accident information was provided at this time. No reports of criminal charges filed in the incident have been reported. 

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