Accident Causes Three People to be taken to the Hospital in Roswell, Georgia
ROSWELL, GA – According to an online news report at mdjonline.com, three people were taken to an area hospital after being in an accident that occurred close to the Chattahoochee Nature Center.*
According to a local public information officer, a vehicle "traveling southbound on Willeo Road, hit a parked car, then hit two pedestrians."
The car finally came to a stop after slamming into a nearby utility pole. The exact cause of the accident is not clear at this time. The two pedestrians that were struck were taken to a local hospital however, the extent of the injuries that they sustained is not currently known. The child in the back of the car who is described as a “juvenile backseat passenger” was taken to Children’s Hospital. The minor’s father was the driver of the vehicle that hit the pedestrians. He went with the ambulance transporting the child to the hospital.
It has been reported that Willeo Road, where the accident occurred, was closed due to the accident.
There are no further details on the accident at this time. The crash remains under investigation.
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