Highway 72, GA (October 22, 2018) – A man from Hull was killed and a 2-year-old was seriously injured in a car accident that happened on October 16 and involved a train. The accident took place on Highway 72.
The Georgia State Patrol investigated the accident and found that 38-year-old Leopoldo Garcia Mendoza-Martinez died when he drove his Hyundai Accent into the path of a train headed east around 6:04 p.m. that evening.
A 2-year-old passenger, identified as Natalie Mendoza of Hill, was seriously injured and remains in the hospital at this time.
Police continue to investigate the accident.
Highway 72 Fatal Car Accident
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Fatal car accidents take place every day on Georgia roads. If you have lost someone in an accident, you might not have had proper time to grieve as you find that you have bills to balance at this time like medical bills your loved one incurred, lost wages due to missed income, funeral costs, and more. Luckily, you are not alone when it comes to your case and you have the right to compensation through what is known as a wrongful death claim.
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