Two People Sustain Injuries in Rollover Accident on I-475 in Macon
MACON, GEORGIA – As reported online by wgxa.tv, two people sustained injuries and were hospitalized following a rollover accident on I-475.*
According to the Bibb County Sheriff’s Office, a rollover accident on I-475 in Macon sent two people to the hospital. At around 6:30 p.m. on May 11, 2019, a 37-year-old woman was driving a Ford Mustang convertible south on I-475 when she lost control of the vehicle after exiting a curve. The woman subsequently struck a guardrail near Tobosofkee Creek Bridge, and her vehicle went down an embankment, rolling multiple times.
Both the 37-year-old woman and a male passenger survived the accident and are listed as being in stable condition. Authorities continue to investigate the accident to determine all contributing factors.
Dangerous Georgia Highways
Some highways are considered to be deadlier than others all across Georgia, with many of them in the Atlanta area. Such dangerous highways include, but are not limited to, the following:
- I-85 in Atlanta
- I-20 in Atlanta
- I-75 in Atlanta
- Athens Highway in Loganville
- I-85 in West Point
These highways are only a few examples of those that pose a greater risk to motorists than many others. Because the Atlanta area has such a large population, it comes as no surprise that many of the most dangerous highways are within the Atlanta city limits.
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