Two Wrecks Delay Traffic on I-75 in Monroe County, Georgia
MONROE COUNTY, GA. – According to an online news report from wgxa.tv, two vehicle wrecks delayed traffic along Interstate 75 South in Monroe County, Georgia. One of the wrecks reportedly involved two police vehicles, though little information about the nature of the accidents has been released.*
Both accidents occurred on I-75 South in Monroe County. It appears both wrecks took place at or very near to Exit 188 on the interstate. No information was reported about the first accident, including the number of vehicles involved, the types of vehicles involved, the number of people involved, or whether any injuries were sustained. The cause of this accident was also not reported.
The second accident reportedly involved two local police cruisers, according to the Monroe County Emergency Management Agency. The Agency reported that the officers are all right but did not indicate how many officers were involved. No information was reported about how this accident occurred.
Traffic was delayed on the interstate and through Monroe County as crews investigated the scene and cleared the wreckage. Officials encouraged drivers in the area to use slow down and use caution. Photos from the scene show a black Nissan Altima with damage to the rear passenger’s side. The Altima was initially facing west across the far left southbound lane and looks to have possibly hit a guardrail. Other photos show the Altima loaded onto a tow truck.
The Monroe County Sheriff’s Office is still investigating the two wrecks and has not yet reported additional information to the public.
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