By Delivrine Registre - bio | email
CRISP COUNTY, GA (WALB) - It is a very Happy Valentine's Day for one Crisp County family after a firefighter severely injured during a wreck comes home for the first time since his injury.
47-year-old Tommy Hauesler is back home after surviving the accident November 22nd. The fire truck he was driving overturned after colliding with an 18-wheeler on Rockhouse Road.
Hauesler will head to the Shepherd Spinal Clinic in Atlanta Monday for several weeks of intense rehab. But he will be able to return home on the weekends during that time.
33-year-old Shane Alan Waters was the driver of the 18-wheeler and was killed.Feedback
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