Woman Dies in Two Vehicle Crash on Interstate 85
ATLANTA, GA – According to an online news report at times-herald.com, a sixty three year old woman died on Friday, April 26, 2019 in a two vehicle accident.*
The accident that left a sixty three year old woman dead occurred on Interstate 85 at around 6:30 a.m. A Ford automobile was parked in the eastbound shoulder of the southbound interstate lanes and jutted out partially into the driving lane. A Chevrolet Impala going southbound hit into the back of the Ford close to mile marker fifty three, per the Georgia State Patrol. Upon impact, the Ford went for about fifty three feet southbound before hitting a concrete median in the front of the vehicle. This vehicle continued going for about eighty two feet on the easterly shoulder and finally stopped on the east shoulder of Interstate 82’s southerly lanes. The vehicle came to rest facing south.
Following the impact, the Chevrolet continued to go south for about one hundred seventy five feet away from the impact area and finally stopped in the second lane of the roadway, which faced north.
Per local officials, the passenger of the Ford vehicle, a woman from Duluth, Georgia sustained fatal injuries in the crash. The operator of the Impala was taken to a local hospital for treatment. The person’s condition is not known at this time and has not been provided by the Georgia State Patrol.
There are no further details on the accident at this time. The crash remains under investigation by local authorities. The cause of the accident has not been released by the Georgia State Patrol.
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