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Gubernatorial candidate in hospital after wreck

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By Jade Bulecza - bio | email

VALDOSTA, GA (WALB) –A gubernatorial candidate and his wife are in the hospital Monday night after a car crash.

Family members say Carl Camon and his wife Angela were rear-ended on Highway 125 in Nashville Monday afternoon.

Just a little while ago, Camon's sister Linda Morris told us they're both still in the Emergency room.

"Everyone to just keep them in your prayers and keep them in your hearts and we just appreciate all the support from everyone," said Linda Morris.

The Camons are being treated at South Georgia Medical Center.

Their injuries are not considered life threatening.


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