On December 3, 2013, a log truck changing lanes on the eastbound side of Interstate 16 caused a chain reaction collision that led to the injury and death of a Georgian man. The log truck, operating for Kenswood Farm Services, LLC pulled into the path of an oncoming vehicle causing it to collide with a guardrail and then the victim’s pick-up truck. This collision caused the pick-up to flip several times, ejecting the victim from his vehicle.
On November 22, 2013, a Georgian Mother was driving her 12-year-old daughter to school. A pick-up truck struck their vehicle. The young girl was critically injured and died at the hospital. The girl’s younger brother and older sister were also passengers in the vehicle. Notably, her mother and siblings also sustained injuries.
On December 17, 2013, a 54-year-old Albany man was a passenger in a vehicle traveling north on Interstate 75 in Henry County, Georgia. Due to a tire blowout the driver of the vehicle loss control and the vehicle overturned. The driver and the Albany man were ejected from the vehicle. The 54-year-old man died as a result of the injuries sustained in this tragic accident.
On February 28, 2013, a mother and daughter were traveling on Gray Highway when a vehicle swerved into their lane causing a head-on collision. The collision caused mother and daughter’s vehicle to flip several times. Their vehicle eventually came to rest upside down. The mother and daughter sustained bodily injuries and were transported by ambulance to the hospital.