Georgia State Troopers Charged Drunk Driver for Hitting a Young Boy in Union County


June 26, 2018

Georgia State Troopers Charged Drunk Driver for Hitting a Young Boy in Union County, North Carolina

UNION COUNTY, N.C.– June 12, 2018 (wsoctv.com).  According to an online news report at wsoctv.com, GA drunk driver is facing charges for hitting a young boy on Faith Church Road in Union County, North Carolina.*

Thirty year old Jedidiah Crabtree is being charged in the crash that caused eleven year old Luke Saxon to be injured and taken to an area hospital for treatment.  The boy was crossing the street to visit a friend at the time he was struck by Crabtree’s vehicle.  Witnesses called 911.  The boy is currently in critical condition in the ICU at Levine Children’s Hospital.  

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