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3 sent to the hospital following 2-car crash

On July 30, three people suffered injuries in a two-car crash that occurred in Georgia. Deputies who responded to the incident reported that the crash occurred in front of Creekview High School in Macedonia at around 10 a.m.

According to the initial report, a 27-year-old female Canton resident was driving in a Nissan SUV near Owens Store Road when she collided with an Infiniti passenger vehicle that was being driven by a 21-year-old female Canton resident. The driver of the Infiniti and her 14-year-old male passenger were taken to WellStar Kennestone Hospital for treatment of injuries that were not considered to be life-threatening,

The driver of the Nissan SUV had her two underage children in her vehicle. Her son, age eight, was taken to Northside Hospital-Cherokee for treatment of injuries that were reportedly not life-threatening. a sheriff's office spokesperson stated that the woman was cited for failing to yield to another vehicle while making a left turn. The accident caused Owens Store Road to be shut down for a short time.

Whenever a car collision takes place, there is always the possibility that someone could suffer serious injuries. If it was determined that the accident was caused by another driver, the injured person may want to speak with an attorney about the advisability of filing a personal injury lawsuit. Depending on the circumstances, the victim could seek compensation for any damages that were sustained, such as medical bills and lost income. Legal counsel for the victim can attempt to determine responsibility through a review of the accident investigation report and other evidence.

Source: Canton-Sixes Patch, 2-Car Crash Sends Driver, Children To Hospital", Kristal Dixon, July 30, 2015

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