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THOMASVILLE, GA (WALB) -

Jackson Street was closed from Madison Street to Stevens Street.

Thomasville Police say around 11:20 Wednesday morning a McKenzie's Tree Service truck driven by William Chubb failed to stop at red light heading south on Madison.

The tree service truck collided with a green Chevy Silverado driven by Stanley Frasier which was heading west on Jackson street.

The Chevy then struck a Nissan Frontier which was waiting at the red light at Madison and Jackson.

Police say Chubb was cited with failing to stop at a red light.

Frasier was taken to the hospital, but only sustained minor injuries.

 

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