Jackson County, GA (December 23, 2018) – Police responded to a rear-end two-vehicle accident that happened this afternoon. The accident took place between two sedans.
At the scene, police discovered that a black sedan had crashed into the back of a red sedan. There were many damages to the black vehicle in the back, who might have been following too closely at the time.
A variety of police responders and other emergency responders arrived at the scene, as injuries were reported. Luckily, all parties are expected to recover.
The crash blocked the left lanes of Interstate 85 in Pendergrass for several hours. Police continue to investigate at this time.
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