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Police identify man killed in Albany wreck

Police responded to a fatal wreck at Gillionville and Westover in Albany. (Source: WALB) Police responded to a fatal wreck at Gillionville and Westover in Albany. (Source: WALB)
ALBANY, GA (WALB) -

Albany police responded to a fatal crash Tuesday afternoon.

Police said Randal Haynes, 60, died from his injuries from a wreck that happened at the intersection of Gillionville Road and Westover Boulevard around 3:20 p.m.

According to the Albany Police Department, Haynes was a passenger in a Volkswagen Passat.

Police said the crash happened when the Passat turned left in front of a City of Albany Truck, which was a Ford F-750.

Officers reported that the Passat was heading north on South Westover Boulevard while the F-750 was heading. Police said the Passat turned left onto Gillionville Road when the F-750 came up to the intersection and the two vehicles crashed.  

APD said the driver of the Passat had visible injuries and the three city employees in the F-750 complained of injuries. All were taken to the hospital for treatment.

According to police, the three city employees have been treated and released. There has been no word on the condition of the driver of the Passat.

The Albany Police Department's Traffic Unit is still investigating the accident. Officers said charges are pending at this time.

Anyone with any information on the accident is asked to call the Albany Police Department at (229) 431-2100.

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