One Killed, One Injured in Collision Between SUV, Golf Cart in Telfair County, GA
TELFAIR COUNTY, GA. – According to a news report published online by 13wmaz.com, one person was killed, and another person was injured in a collision between an SUV and a golf cart in Telfair County, Georgia. The cause of the collision has not yet been reported, and law enforcement is still investigating.*
The collision took place in the evening on February 23 on Long Bridge Road in Telfair County. The Telfair County Coroner’s Office reported to 13 WMAZ that a golf cart was traveling on the side of Long Bridge Road at approximately 7:10 p.m., when an SUV struck the golf cart from behind.
The cause of the collision was not reported in the 13 WMAZ article, nor was the make or model of the SUV. Two people were reportedly riding in the golf cart at the time, and both were seriously injured.
Telfair County Coroner Jarvis Barnes and 13 WMAZ report that one of the occupants of the cart, a man from Alamo, Georgia, was fatally injured in the collision and died at the scene of the crash. The other occupant, also a man from Alamo, was transported to Fairview Park Hospital in Dublin, Georgia. Georgia State Patrol reported to 13 WMAZ that this man was then transferred to a hospital in Macon, Georgia. His current condition is not known.
Georgia State Patrol is reportedly unsure at this time which man was driving the cart. The 13 WMAZ report did not say whether anyone in the SUV was injured.
Troopers and deputies with the Telfair County Sheriff’s Office responded to the scene. No additional information about the accident was reported in the 13 WMAZ news story.
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