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Cook Co. crash victim identified

Tire tracks could still be seen Monday leading from the edge of the highway up to the spot where Kelly's truck went through the fence Tire tracks could still be seen Monday leading from the edge of the highway up to the spot where Kelly's truck went through the fence
The crash happened just south of the 36 milemarker The crash happened just south of the 36 milemarker
Yellow police tape was still draped across the gap in the fence Monday where Kelly's truck went through Yellow police tape was still draped across the gap in the fence Monday where Kelly's truck went through
COOK CO., GA (WALB) -

GSP released the name Monday of the man killed in a crash on I-75 in Cook County Sunday morning.

According to GSP, 66 year old Charles Kelly, from Wesley Chapel, Florida was heading south on 75 near the 36 mile marker around 7 a.m. when his pickup veered off the road.

The pickup went down the embankment, through a fence, and finally stopped when it hit a tree.

As of Monday, GSP was still investigating to try to figure out what caused the crash.

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