May 11, 2008
Albany -- A teenager was transported to the hospital Sunday morning after losing control of his pick-up on the Liberty Bypass.
The accident happened about 8:00 AM in the eastbound lanes about a half a mile east of the Slappey Exit.
19-year-old Ryan Tatum was traveling at a high rate of speed when he lost control of his truck and hit a sign.
He tried to get back on the bypass, but over-corrected flipping several times. Tatum was ejected from the vehicle. Firefighters believe that we was not wearing a seat-belt.
The road was wet at the time, but we don't know if that contributed to the accident.
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