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October 11, 2006

Worth County  - A fiery truck crash in Worth County and amazingly, both drivers survived. A BellSouth worker pulled his van into the path of a tractor trailer at Highway 133 and Bridgeboro Road yesterday.

The Oxford Construction company tractor-trailer, which was hauling an excavator, was ripped to pieces, and the gas tank was punctured and burst into flames.

The truck driver, 30-year old Reginald Cladd, of Dawson is in good condition. The BellSouth driver, 27-year old Anson Jackson of Albany is in serious condition. It took more than five hours to clean up the wreckage.

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