Bartow County Coroner Called to Assist in a Single Vehicle Accident Earlier this Morning
BARTOW COUNTY, GA — May 29, 2018 (patch.com). According to an online news report at patch.com, the Bartow County coroner has been called to assist in investigation of single vehicle accident that occurred earlier this morning.*
The accident happened on United States highway 411/GA 20 in Cartersville, Georgia. Emergency personnel including the fire department were dispatched to the scene of the accident on the western lane of the road at Hamilton Crossing Road. The crews came upon an automobile that appeared to have veered off of the road and went down into an embankment in the woods. The EMS with Bartow County found the driver of the car who was ultimately pronounced dead at the scene, per Bartow County EMS Director Brandon Duncan.
There are no further details available on the crash. The accident remains under investigation.
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