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Massive pile-up shut downs I-75 North

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July 18, 2004

Albany - A massive pile-up on Interstate 75 left at least one person dead and as many as a dozen others injured. 20 to 30 vehicles were involved in the pile-up just north of Bryon in Peach County on I-75 North. It happened just before 4:00PM Sunday afternoon.

The injured were taken to Houston County and Macon Medical Centers. Troopers aren't releasing the names of the victims yet. All northbound traffic on 1-75 was shutdown and rerouted for about 5 hours as crews cleared the wreckage.

Georgia State Patrol Troopers from 5 posts worked the wreck scene. Troopers are still investigating what caused pile-up.

Posted at 11:50PM by kathryn.murchison@walb.com

 

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