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June 11, 2007

Albany - Three people injured in a wreck in Worth County Sunday are doing better. Around five yesterday afternoon, 36-year old Dianne Josey from Gray veered into the median near Highway 313 and Georgia 300.

On the way from church camp, her pickup truck hit 27-year old John Holder of Williston, Florida head on.

Josey, her 13-year old son Josh, and passenger 18-year old Merle Sapp were taken to Phoebe. All are now in fair and good condition.

Two other passengers, 16-year old Kayla Ray and 26-year old Lauren Jones were taken to Crisp Regional, we don't know their conditions.

Two passengers of Holder's vehicle were taken to the hospital as a precaution, but are okay. Josey will be cited, but has not yet been charged.

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