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I-16 eastbound traffic flows after 3 die in crash

(Photo Source: WTOC, Savannah) (Photo Source: WTOC, Savannah)

MONTROSE, Ga. (AP) - Interstate 16 eastbound in Laurens County, Ga., has reopened after a fiery fatal wreck Wednesday morning involving 27 vehicles near Dublin.

At least three people are dead in that fiery multi-vehicle pileup on I-16 near Montrose, Ga.

Twenty-seven vehicles collided in at least four separate crashes early today.

Six of the vehicles, including a tanker truck and a FedEx truck, burst into flames.

Emergency workers say at least 12 people are injured.

Watch for live reports from the scene coming up on WALB News 10's First News at Five.

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