South Carolina Truck Driver Tragically Killed in a Road Rage Incident on I-20 in Georgia
SOUTH CAROLINA - A news story published on thestate.com reports that a South Carolina driver tragically died in a road rage shooting that happened on I-20 in Georgia.*
According to Greene County Sheriff's deputies, they responded to an accident early Friday morning and discovered a 30-year-old man was dead and had several gunshot wounds.
The Georgia Bureau of Investigation stated that the man was a "victim of road rage" as he was driving along I-20 by mile marker 132 in Greensboro, Georgia. The preliminary incident report states that as the truck driver was attacked, he wrecked the tractor-trailer truck and then went from the westbound lanes through the eastbound lanes and then into the woods.
The Greene County Sheriff's Office originally answered the call to the accident and then asked the Georgia Bureau of Investigation to investigate the trucker's death. The truck driver is from Manning, South Carolina. As of Monday, law enforcement officials stated that the investigation has now become a murder investigation centered on the driver's death.
Law enforcement authorities urge those with helpful information about the case to contact the Greene County Sheriff's Office or submit online at gbi.georgia.gov/submit-tips-online.
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