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Two in critical condition from Bypass wreck

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This police diagram shows what officials believe happened in the wreck This police diagram shows what officials believe happened in the wreck
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ALBANY, GA (WALB) -

Two drivers remain in the hospital Tuesday afternoon after three vehicle wreck during Monday's rush hour on the Liberty Expressway just south of Holly Drive.

Dougherty County Police are still waiting to speak to 32-year old Jaimi Williams of Pelham.

Williams was driving a pickup truck south on Liberty Expressway when she crossed the median and hit the side of a pickup truck driven by Alexander Thomas of Albany.

Williams truck then hit the front of a Honda Element driven by 56-year old Dot Sadler of Putney.

Williams and Sadler are both listed in fair condition Tuesday afternoon at Phoebe Putney Hospital.

Dougherty County Police say the investigation into Monday's accident is still continuing.

 

 

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