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Teen charged in Moultrie wreck

July 12, 2004

Albany - A South Georgia teen faces charges after causing a wreck that seriously injured two people. 17 year-old Roy Pate, of Moultrie, slammed his truck into the back of a Toyota Camry, driven by Felicia Kennedy, on Quitman Highway Friday night. Pate didn't see the car which was stopped as Kennedy waited to turn.

Kennedy and Pate weren't hurt, but Kennedy's son and grandmother were seriously injured. 2 year-old Zachary Arnold is now in fair condition at Shands Hospital in Florida. 63 year-old Betty Hall was paralyzed and remains at Archbold Hospital.

Pate is charged with speeding, improper lane change, following to closely, and failure to wear a seat belt.

Posted at 5:50 PM by kathryn.murchison@walb.com

 

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