Blount County, GA (October 26, 2018) – A Georgia man lost his life on what is known as the ‘Dragon,’ or Highway 129. The accident happened yesterday afternoon, October 25.
Police identified the motorcyclist who was killed as 73-year-old Tommie Fordham. Police say that he was involved in an accident on the highway while he was traveling south.
The accident happened around 3 p.m. By the time emergency responders arrived at the scene of the accident, they found Fordham and his motorcycle about 25 yards down an embankment.
Police are still investigating the accident at this time.
Blount County Motorcycle Accident
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