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Little girl taken to Macon Hospital

November 13, 2006

Alapaha - - Two of the three people who were rushed to the hospital after a deadly wreck Saturday are now home.

Two adults, Kimberly Joyce and Lynda Harnage were treated and released from the Tift Regional Medical Center Saturday night. Three-year-old Abigail Joyce was sent to a Macon Hospital.

Three others died Saturday, including a five-year-old boy, after a semi-truck pulling a Wal-Mart trailer crashed into a mule-drawn carriage.

The two mules also died.

The Joyce family was leaving Alapaha's annual Celebration Station parade.

Georgia State Patrol is investigating the incident.

The Georgia State Patrol says that Nichols resident Charles Lott, 54,  a driver for P&M Trucking of Douglas was moving a Wal-Mart trailer with a P&M truck when the accident occurred.

No word yet if the driver has been charged or what caused him to hit the wagon.

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