Two Injured in Multi-Vehicle Wreck in Macon, Georgia
MACON, GA. – According to an online news story published at wgxa.tv, at least two people were injured in a multi-vehicle wreck that occurred in Macon, Georgia. The nature of the victims’ injuries was not reported, and it is unclear if there were additional injuries from the accident. No names were released.*
The crash happened on Martin Luther King Jr. Boulevard near downtown Macon. At approximately 6 p.m., officials with the Macon-Bibb Fire Department and the Bibb County Sheriff’s Office responded to the scene of a wreck between Edgewood Avenue and Elm Street. Multiple vehicles somehow had collided in the area.
Descriptions of the vehicles were not included in the report from WGXA, and the number of vehicles involved in the crash was not stated. Authorities had not provided a cause for the collision or information about the nature of the crash to reporters at the time that the WGXA report was published.
WGXA stated that at least two people were injured in the accident, and ambulance crews transported them to a nearby hospital for emergency treatment. The news report did not say how seriously these two people were injured and did not include information about their current medical conditions. The victims were not identified.
It was not clear whether anyone else was injured in the accident. WGXA did not say how many people were involved in the crash. Deputies with the Bibb County Sheriff’s Office blocked off the site of the accident, and drivers were urged to find alternate travel routes to avoid the area.
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