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Four city employees remain in hospital after bus crash

By Christian Jennings - bio | email

THOMASVILLE, GA (WALB) - Four Thomasville city workers remain hospitalized after a fatal bus crash last week.

One man was killed and 11 city workers were hurt Thursday morning.

Executive assistant Sylvia Jo Deloach is at Archbold Memorial Hospital Tuesday night in good condition.

Three other city employees were taken to Tallahassee Memorial Hospital this week.

Those employees are assistant city manager of utilities Don Atkinson, city engineer Jim Petrak, and PIO Lynn Williams.

Atkinson and Petrak are in good condition Tuesday. Williams is still in fair condition.

Troopers say 65-year-old Leroy Mosley hit a Thomasville city bus head on.

Mosley died on impact. He may have suffered a medical problem that led to the crash.

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