UPDATE: Worth County wreck sends 4 people to the hospital

Published: Sep. 16, 2012 at 3:21 AM EDT|Updated: Sep. 19, 2012 at 3:21 AM EDT
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Worth County wreck
Worth County wreck
Traffic backed up for over an hour
Traffic backed up for over an hour
SUV runs stop sign and hits on-coming pickup truck
SUV runs stop sign and hits on-coming pickup truck

Update:

One person remains hospitalized tonight after a serious crash in Worth County.

It happened around 7:15 pm Saturday at the intersection of Bridgeboro Anderson City Road and Highway 133.

Georgia State Patrol troopers say Brian Ferguson was driving his SUV west on 133, ran a stop sign and was hit by a Ford F-150 driven by Rashode Best to

Best, and his passenger, Wilbert Dixon were transported to Phoebe Putney hospital.

Ferguson was airlifted to Phoebe Putney. They all have since been treated and released.

Ferguson's passenger, Kevin Murphy, was airlifted to a Macon hospital and is currently in ICU.

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A crash in Worth County injured four people injured Saturday night.

Georgia State Patrol got the call around 7:15 to the intersection of Bridgeboro/ Anderson City Road and Highway 133.

23 year old Rashode Best's father says his son and neighbor Wilbert Dixon were driving south down Highway 133 when an SUV ran a stop sign and hit his son head on.

Two people were air-lifted and one person was transported in an ambulance to Phoebe Putney Hospital.

"When I got down here he told EMT's that he got knocked unconscious but he was talking when I got here and he said he was traveling south and the other vehicle ran through the stop sign," says Best's father Raymond Best.

The Georgia State Patrol is investigating the crash.

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