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Atlanta Police Officer Injured in Three Car Crash

Brunswick, GA (Law Firm Newswire) August 7, 2012 - A three-vehicle collision in Fulton County injured three people, including a police officer, in late July.

The accident took place near Cascade and Fairburn Road at about 5 p.m. (This area is near Cascade Corners and Mangum Manor.) The officer was driving a police cruiser going west on Cascade Road when he hit the side of a BMW sedan that was headed south on Fairburn.

The impact caused the patrol car to catch on fire with the officer trapped inside. He was removed from the car by rescue crews and transported to Grady Memorial Hospital with serious injuries.

The impact caused the driver of the BMW to hit a Chevrolet Impala stopped at a light on Cascade Road. The woman driving the BMW also was extricated from her vehicle by rescue crews and taken to Atlanta Medical Center. The woman in the Impala was also taken to Grady Memorial with non life-threatening injuries.

The cause of the accident is has not been determined. The Fulton Country Police Department is investigating the incident.

According to the State of Georgia, there were more than six million people (some motorists and some pedestrians) involved in auto accidents on state roads between 2000 to 2006. During that same time period, over 11,000 people lost their lives in auto accidents in the state. About 75 percent of fatal crashes took place on two-way roads that did not have any barriers between the lanes.

“Multiple car accidents can be difficult to sort out in terms of the legal implications,” said Georgia auto accident attorney Nathan Williams. “It is best to work with a knowledgeable legal professional in these matters.”

Nathan Williams is a Brunswick personal injury lawyer and Brunswick car accident attorney in Southeast Georgia. Visit http://www.thewilliamslitigationgroup.com or call 1.912.264.0848.

The Williams Litigation Group
5 St. Andrews Court
Brunswick, GA 31520
Phone: 912.264.0848
Toll Free: 877.307.4537
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