Man Tragically Perishes After a Driver Runs a Red Light, T-bones Automobile in Douglas County
DOUGLAS COUNTY, GA – According to an online news report at ajc.com, a man tragically died in an accident involving a driver who ran a red light.*
A man perished in a three-vehicle accident that occurred in the lunchtime hours in Douglas County, per local authorities. Two vehicles were attempting to turn left from the Interstate 20 exit ramp onto Thornton Road, as indicated by the Georgia State Patrol. Both of these automobiles had a green light however, a third automobile ran a red light, resulting in an accident. The third vehicle T-boned one of the other automobiles, which resulting a collision between the three vehicles. The makes and models of the vehicles has not been released to the public.
The man who was T-boned and the driver that slammed into him were transported to a local hospital for treatment. The man whose vehicle was struck later perished due to the extent of his injuries.
The identity of those involved in the accident has not been released. It is not clear whether charges will be filed against the driver who ran the red light. The current status of the individual who was hospitalized is unknown. There are no further details on the accident at this time. The crash remains under investigation by the local police.
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