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Two Cars Crash at McDonald’s in Warner Robins, Georgia


December 28, 2018

WARNER ROBINS, GA. – Two cars crashed at a McDonald’s in Warner Robins, Georgia, according to an online news report at news4sanantonio.com. The cause of the crash is not yet clear.*

Two cars collided in the parking lot of a McDonald’s located on Highway 96 in Warner Robins. It is not clear how the cars collided, but one car ended up almost completely on top of the other. Photos from the scene indicate either one of the cars drove under the other, or one of the cars backed over the top of other. 

No information was reported about whether anyone was injured. No one involved has been identified. 

Houston County is located in the south-central portion of the state of Georgia and has an estimated population of approximately 152,000. The county seat is Perry, though Warner Robins is significantly larger in both area and population. Its major roadways include Interstate 75, U.S. Route 41, U.S. Route 129, and U.S. Route 341. 

The Georgia Governor’s Office of Highway safety gathered data on vehicle accidents in Houston County between the years 2012 and 2016. Though the county saw a decrease in accidents in 2013 and 2014, overall numbers of vehicle accidents in Houston County have increased since 2012. In 2012, a total of 3,044 vehicle accidents occurred in the county, leading to 892 injuries and 15 deaths. These numbers decreased the following two years — 2,337 accidents in 2013 with 684 injuries and nine deaths, and 1,402 accidents in 2014 with 400 injuries and eight deaths.

However, in 2015, accidents in Houston County saw a major jump, increasing to 4,111 overall accidents, which led to 1,115 injuries and 11 deaths. These numbers rose again in 2016, bringing the total accidents to 4,316, resulting in 1,223 injuries and 17 deaths. 

Accident News is an archive of select Georgia accidents, designed to alert and educate drivers, to help them avoid the most common causes of motor vehicle crashes.  If you or a family member are injured in an accident, call Montlick & Associates 24/7 for your free consultation at 1-800-LAW-NEED (1-800-529-6333) or use our live chat at Montlick.com.  For more information about Montlick & Associates’ award-winning public service programs click here.  

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Source:
https://news4sanantonio.com/news/nation-world/cars-ends-up-on-top-of-another-in-accident-at-warner-robins-mcdonalds
https://gahighwaysafety.org/fullpanel/uploads/files/houston.pdf

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