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By Jim Wallace - bio | email

ALBANY, GA (WALB) - A Bronwood man is in critical condition after a crash on his motorcycle, and police are looking for a woman who left the area about the time of the crash.  

63-year-old Oliver Burke of Bronwood crashed at the corner of Palmyra Road and Schley Avenue about 6:45 Thursday night. Burke's head struck a fence and concrete post.

Police are looking for a woman driving a red, maroon, or burgundy 90's model Pontiac Grand Am seen leaving the area.

Police say the driver may have been a witness to the crash. If you have any information about the motorcycle crash or the Grand Am driver, call CRIME STOPPERS at 229-436-TIPS.  

 

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