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18-wheeler, two cars wreck in Colquitt Co.

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By Tayleigh Davis - bio | email

COLQUITT COUNTY, GA (WALB) - Diesel fuel and debris littered the road after a tractor trailer and two cars crashed on Highway 133 in Colquitt County Sunday evening.

No one was seriously hurt. A state trooper says 16-year-old Jarad Lott was at the stop sign at highway 133 and Old Albany road. He pulled out in front of Jerry Sanders driving an 18-wheeler north from Moultrie.

The truck slammed into an oncoming Mercedes-Benz driving south on Hwy133 and crashed into the ditch.

"I'm just glad everyone is okay, said Truck Driver, Jerry Sanders. "I was concerned about everyone's safety and I thank God no one was hurt."

Everyone is expected to be okay. We have no charges at this time. GSP is still investigating.


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