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Man airlifted to Macon hospital following high speed chase

Broxton Police and the Coffee County Sheriff's Department were lead on a high speed chase Sunday morning. (Source:  Coffee County Ga. Police Scanner Facebook page) Broxton Police and the Coffee County Sheriff's Department were lead on a high speed chase Sunday morning. (Source: Coffee County Ga. Police Scanner Facebook page)
According to GSP, Lowery then ran a stop sign at the intersection of Palmetto and Dennis Harper Road crashing into another car just before 11:30 a.m. (Source: Coffee County Ga. Police Scanner Facebook page) According to GSP, Lowery then ran a stop sign at the intersection of Palmetto and Dennis Harper Road crashing into another car just before 11:30 a.m. (Source: Coffee County Ga. Police Scanner Facebook page)
Lowery was airlifted to a Macon hospital. (Source: Coffee County Ga. Police Scanner Facebook page) Lowery was airlifted to a Macon hospital. (Source: Coffee County Ga. Police Scanner Facebook page)
The driver of that car reported neck pain and has been transferred to Coffee Regional Medical Center.  (Source: Coffee County Ga. Police Scanner Facebook page) The driver of that car reported neck pain and has been transferred to Coffee Regional Medical Center. (Source: Coffee County Ga. Police Scanner Facebook page)
COFFEE CO., GA (WALB) -

Broxton Police and the Coffee County Sheriff's Department were lead on a high speed chase Sunday morning.

Troopers with the Georgia State Patrol say Brad Lowery stole gas from a gas station in Westgreen.

Troopers say when the vehicle driven by Brad Lowery was located, Lowery initiated the chase down Westgreen Broxton Highway.

According to GSP, Lowery then ran a stop sign at the intersection of Palmetto and Dennis Harper Road crashing into a truck just before 11:30 a.m.

The driver of that truck reported neck pain and has been transferred to Coffee Regional Medical Center.

Lowery was airlifted to a Macon hospital.

During the chase, two people inside of Lowery's car were able to escape. Troopers said no charges will be filed against them.

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