Bibb County, GA (August 12, 2018) – High-Speed Chase Ends After Car Hits House
The Bibb County Sheriff’s Department has reported that a high-speed chase by law enforcement ended when the fleeing driver crashed into a house. The incident began when Georgia State Police witnessed the driver, Damien DeShun Nolan, 28, ran a red light. Nolan failed to stop after the police wanted him to pull over, beginning a high-speed chase for several miles.
The chase was heading toward downtown Macon, GA when Nolan lost control of his vehicle and crashed his car into an apartment building at 853 Washington Avenue. An occupant of the apartment was asleep in her bedroom when she was suddenly awakened by a car crashes through her window.
There were two other people who were also in the car with Nolan at the time of the crash. One was released and the other person was taken to a local hospital for the treatment of injuries caused in the crash. Nolan was arrested at the scene.
Bibb County Car Accidents
Obviously, this is a crazy case. You don’t often see vehicles crashing into homes when they are trying to outrun police officers. The lawyers and staff at The Nye Law Group are glad that no one, especially the woman in the apartment, was seriously injured. Being injured in a car accident can be a horrible thing. Every time we drive on the roads and highways of Georgia we take a risk that we are going to be in an automobile accident. If you have been injured in a car crash, please do not hesitate to contact us at (921) 200-5230 for a free consultation.
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