Five People Sustain Injuries After Teenager Crashes SUV
ATLANTA, GA – According to an online news report at ajc.com, five individuals sustained injuries and were taken to a hospital after a teen driver with a learner’s permit lost control of their vehicle and struck a tree.*
Five teenagers are injured after a teen driver with a learner’s permit lost control of their SUV and hit into a tree, per the Sandy Springs police. The accident occurred on Johnson Ferry Road close to Barnard Place at approximately 10:00 p.m. according to a police spokesperson.
A sixteen-year-old with a driver’s permit was operating a Ford Expedition with four other teenagers inside the teen’s vehicle.
The teenager somehow lost control of their SUV and slammed into a tree on the side of the road, per the local police. It is not known what caused the teen to lose control of their vehicle. It is clear however, that the teen lost control and overcorrected, causing the vehicle to leave the road and strike a tree.
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