Rollover Accident Shuts Down Georgia Highway 382
GILMER COUNTY, GA. – A rollover vehicle accident shut down Georgia Highway 382 in Gilmore County, Georgia according to an online news story reported by gilmer.fetchyournews.com. Few details about the accident have been reported at this time.*
The accident occurred in the early afternoon on Highway 382 in Gilmore County, near Ellijay, Georgia. At about noon, two vehicles somehow collided in the area of Sunlight Road. It is not yet clear what caused the crash, and no information was reported about the nature or circumstances of the accident. Upon impact, one of the vehicles rolled over
The makes and models of the two vehicles were not reported, and it is not clear what direction they were traveling on Highway 382 at the time of the crash. Authorities responding to the scene did not indicate any possible explanations for the collision.
Gilmer County Sheriff Stacy Nicholson said the crash did not result in any deaths or life-threatening injuries. However, it is not clear if anyone sustained injuries of any kind. Authorities did not say how many people were involved, and they did not release the names of the any of the people involved.
The crash caused all of Highway 382 to close while crews investigated at the scene and cleared the area. It is not clear how long the highway remained closed. At the time of the investigation, Sheriff Nicholson expected the road to reopen within about an hour.
The crash is still under investigation by Gilmer County authorities, and they have not yet reported additional details to the public.
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