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Collision in Georgia results in one fatality

A 43-year-old woman of Forsyth County, Georgia, was killed in a three-vehicle collision on Georgia Highway 9. One of the vehicles involved in the incident was a school bus. The responding deputy said that the woman died at Northside Hospital after the crash. The driver of the other vehicle suffered injuries, but there were no signs of gross negligence on behalf of any of the drivers. Subsequently, authorities did not make any citations.The school bus was waiting to make a left turn at the intersection of Georgia Highway 9 and North Old Atlanta Road. The 43-year-old woman was traveling eastbound on North Old Atlanta Road, and the other driver was headed in the southbound direction. When the two vehicles collided, the 43-year-old woman's vehicle impacted the passenger side of the school bus.

Suicidal driver collides with tanker, shuts down part of highway

When a truck and a car collide on the road, the smaller vehicle often ends up the worse for wear. If the truck is carrying flammable or explosive materials, however, the situation can become dangerous for anyone in the area.Truck accidents are often serious, especially when large trucks are involved, causing extensive injuries, property damage and sometimes even death.

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