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Man tells police he hit Dawson victims

The GSP's SCRT unit is conducting an investigation The GSP's SCRT unit is conducting an investigation
DAWSON, GA (WALB) -

A man told police in Eufaula, Alabama that he is the driver who struck and killed a woman and her daughter last night in Dawson.

The truck was found last night, abandoned at Southern Ag in Dawson.

Officials say that 24-year-old Latosha Harvey and her 4-year-old daughter Emani were killed last night when they were struck by a truck on Highway 82/State Route 520 in Dawson.

23-year-old Adrianna Glover is in serious condition at Phoebe Putney memorial Hospital.

WALB will have more details, including reaction from the victim's father and her fiance' later today with Cade Fowler.

 

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