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Driver killed in Lenox collision identified

Troopers said the pickup driver did not have a license or other ID with them. (Source: Sean Barker) Troopers said the pickup driver did not have a license or other ID with them. (Source: Sean Barker)
Charges are pending in the crash. (Source: Sean Barker) Charges are pending in the crash. (Source: Sean Barker)
William Cope William Cope
LENOX, GA (WALB) -

State troopers confirmed the driver of a southbound pickup truck died after it collided with a semi-truck owned by Scruggs Concrete Brick and Block, Wednesday morning on Highway 41.

It happened around 7:00AM, near a railroad crossing just north of Lenox.

Wednesday afternoon, authorities identified the victim as Cameron David Corbitt, of Homerville.

According to a report, the semi-truck, driven by 50 year old William Foskey, was making a u-turn in foggy conditions. "If there's any charges, it'll be done at the end of the SCRT investigation," said GSP SCRT investigator William Cope. "The fog was patchy, thick in a lot of areas, and it did play a factor in this crash."

Corbitt's truck's body was sheared off, when it apparently went under the semi-truck.

Investigators said the driver of the semi, belonging to Scruggs Concrete Brick and Block, made the u-turn because of a missed turn.

The semi-truck driver was taken by officials for questioning.

Charges are pending in the crash.

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