Three Vehicles Involved in Crash in Columbus, Georgia
COLUMBUS, GA. – According to an online news story reported at wtvm.com, three vehicles were involved in a crash in Columbus, Georgia. It is unclear at this time how the accident occurred or whether anyone sustained injuries from the crash. Police are still in the process of investigating the collision.*
The crash occurred on the evening of April 24 at an intersection in Columbus. Authorities and WTVM say that around 8 p.m. that day, three vehicles somehow collided at the crossing of Cherokee Avenue and 17th Street. The cause of the collision is not yet known, as investigators have released limited information about the crash.
The makes and models of the vehicles were not provided in the report, and the nature of the collision was not described by WTVM. Photos and video taken at the scene of the accident and posted to the WTVM website show a gold or tan SUV that appears to be a Ford, a blue SUV that appears to be a Mazda, and a silver car of unknown make.
In the photos and video, the front of the Ford is stopped against the rear passenger’s side of the Mazda, while the rear of the silver car is stopped against the rear driver’s side of the Mazda. All three of the vehicles have visible damage. The Mazda and silver car have extensive damage to the front ends.
WTVM reports that one of the vehicles struck a power pole, and Georgia Power responded to the scene. It is not clear which vehicle hit the pole. An ambulance was at the scene, as well, but officials did not immediately report whether anyone was injured.
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