Four Injured in Three-Vehicle Wreck in Macon, Georgia
MACON, GA. – According to a news report published online by wgxa.tv, four people were injured, including two children, in a three-vehicle wreck in Macon, Georgia. One of the injured persons was transported to a hospital for treatment, and the other three were treated at the scene of the collision.*
The wreck took place in the late morning on February 19 on Hartley Bridge Road in Macon. At approximately 11 a.m., three vehicles somehow crashed into each other in the 4500 block of Hartley Bridge Road, by Houston Road. It is unclear at this time what caused the wreck. No information was reported about the events that led to the collision or how three vehicles came to be involved.
The makes and models of the three vehicles were not reported. Photos from the scene show that two of the vehicles included a silver pickup truck and a white car. The pickup truck has front-end damage, but damage to the car is not visible. The third vehicle is not pictured.
Numerous emergency agencies went to the scene, and police did not say whether any factors were suspected in the accident, like alcohol or distraction. About seven emergency vehicles could be seen at the site of the wreck.
Reports said that multiple people were injured in the accident, which included two children of unknown ages. The children and one adult were treated at the scene for minor injuries, and they did not require transport to a hospital.
A second adult was more seriously injured, and an ambulance took this person to a nearby hospital, where his or her current condition is not known. No names have been released.
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