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One in hospital, one on the run after wreck

ALBANY, GA (WALB) -

One person has been sent to the hospital after being involved in a deliberate car wreck early Tuesday morning on Clark Avenue near Maple Street.

APD says the wreck was not an accident, and they are looking for Travis West, 35. They say Zabrina Roberts, 32, was traveling west on Clark Avenue when West drove up behind her in hisCadillac CTS, and deliberately rammed the back of her Honda Accord, pushing it into the intersection.  

The Honda then hit Kenneth Sizemore's pickup truck, which belongs to the  state. West also struck a Toyota Yaris, driven by April Allen.

West took off running from the scene.  

Hehas two outstanding warrants. One for Simple Battery and another for a Probation Violation unrelated to this case. Additional warrants are pending.

If anyone has information regarding the whereabouts of West, they should call 229-431-2132 or Crime Stoppers.

 

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