June 18, 2007
Warwick -- Witnesses who saw a one-car wreck Monday morning on Georgia 300 were surprised the people in the car made it out alive.
Witnesses say a gray Buick Regal was traveling south on 300 just inside Warwick shortly after 11:00AM, when the car hit the median then flipped three times onto the northbound lane.
Two people were inside the car when it flipped. A female passenger was transported to the hospital by EMS, but police say her injuries did not appear to be life threatening.
The car's driver was examined at the scene and later told WALB that his throttle became stuck, and he was forced off of the road. So far there is no word if any charges will be filed.
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