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Thomas Co. wreck kills Grady Co. man

By Christian Jennings - bio | email

THOMASVILLE, GA (WALB) - A Cairo man died in Thomasville after he didn't stop at a red light.

Troopers say 43-year-old Kenneth Pitts was headed east on Cairo Road when he ran the light and hit a 4-Runner that was headed west on the Thomasville bypass.

"Once they collided with each other, one vehicle overturned. We did have a fatality involved which was the driver of the minivan," Cpl. John Vanlandingham of the Georgia State Patrol. 

64-year-old Vera Marshall of Snellville, Georgia was in the 4-Runner. She's at Archbold Memorial Hospital. Troopers say she has some chest injuries but is conscious and talking right now.

Pitts died at the hospital.

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