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January 24, 2003

Randolph County-- A 18-wheeler crash blocked a South Georgia highway almost all day.

54-year old Adair Sprouse was hauling a load of lumber around 10:00 Friday morning on highway 82 East of Cuthbert.

He went around a curve too fast, and the truck and trailer flipped on its side, sending tons of lumber all over the highway.

Crews worked until about 4:30 PM cleaning up the mess. Sprouse is recovering from injuries.

Luckily, His truck did not hit any other vehicles and no one else was hurt.

posted at 4:55PM by dave.miller@walb.com

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