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June 14, 2006

Schley County - A South Georgia teen is killed in what has become an all too common killer of kids during the summer. 1

6-year old Anthony Wodzinski was riding a four wheeler on Raybon Road in Schley County last Wednesday when he apparently lost control, veered off the road and plummeted down a 30 foot embankment.

Wodzinski was taken to a hospital in Columbus where he died Saturday. Investigators don't believe the 16-year old was wearing a helmet.

Sheriff Shane Tondee says the accident is a sad reminder that four wheelers should never be driven on roads and that everyone should wear a helmet.

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