Officials Called to Scene of Injury Accident in Richmond County, Georgia
RICHMOND COUNTY, GA. – According to a news report published online at wjbf.com, officials were called to the scene of an injury accident in Richmond County, Georgia. Few details have been released about the accident, and authorities did not immediately say how many people were injured in the crash.*
The crash occurred in the early morning hours of Tuesday, April 23, on Tobacco Road in Hephzibah, Richmond County, Georgia. Officials and WJBF report that emergency crews were called to the scene of a vehicle collision in the 2500 block of Tobacco Road at approximately 6 a.m. that day. The report from WJBF did not say how many vehicles were involved, nor did it describe any of the vehicles involved.
Authorities and investigators at the scene did not make immediate comments on the cause of the accident and did not describe the circumstances of the accident. It is unclear if any drivers were cited or would be charged in connection with the collision.
Officials at the scene reported injuries did occur from the crash, but they did not provide information about how many people were injured or the extent of the injuries sustained. No one involved in the wreck was identified by authorities.
Following the accident, crews closed down two lanes of Tobacco Road to allow for investigation and clearing of the scene. It is not clear how long these lanes were closed. Richmond County authorities are continuing to investigate the crash and had not provided further information to the media at the time the WJBF report was posted online.
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