Five people were injured in a two-car wreck at the intersection of Gillionville Road and Beatty Road early Thursday morning.
Police say that Johnny Reddick, Jr. pulled out of the Home Run Food Store with his headlights off, and his Honda Civic was hit by Carl Taylor's Dodge Charger.
Reddick and four people in Taylor's car were sent to Phoebe Putney Memorial Hospital with injuries.
Police cited Reddick for failure to yield, and no headlights.
Taylor was charged with no proof of insurance, and failure to restrain two children in his car. His passengers were Cameron and Karron Moore, and Jamaron Edwards.
Phoebe Putney Memorial Hospital reports that all the people they examined from the wreck have been discharged.
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