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Fire truck vs. auto in Tyrone; car driver injured

Tyrone resident Coleman Taylor, 17, was traveling on Tyrone Road near Ga. Highway 74 Monday morning and was preparing to turn right into a business parking lot when he made an abrupt U-turn and was hit by the Fayette County fire truck that was behind his vehicle. Coleman was transported to Atlanta Medical Center with non-life-threatening injuries and was later charged with making an improper U-turn, according to Maj. Bryan Woodie with the Fayette County Sheriff’s Office. Photo/John Munford.

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Cyclist's picture

I'm glad the young man is OK.

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highflyer2's picture

"according to Maj. Bryan Woodie with the Fayette County Sheriff’s Office."
If Mr. Woodie will still be the spokesman when Barry Babb get's elected?

highflyer2's picture

"according to Maj. Bryan Woodie with the Fayette County Sheriff’s Office."
If Mr. Woodie will still be the spokesman when Barry Babb get's elected?

highflyer2's picture

"according to Maj. Bryan Woodie with the Fayette County Sheriff’s Office."
If Mr. Woodie will still be the spokesman when Barry Babb get's elected?

Shareholder's picture

I understand emergency response was on site in a matter of seconds!!

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