Georgia Residents Involved In Wrecks In Alabama Over Labor Day

Alabama State Troopers responded to three separate auto accidents taking place in Cherokee County on Labor Day – with two out of the three involving injuries.

The first mishap occurred at 11:50am on County Road 22, involving a 2006 Chevrolet driven by a male from Cedartown, Georgia who escaped injury, and a 2012 Chevrolet driven by a female resident of Cave Spring, Georgia – with the driver and a passenger being treated for injuries.  That crash was at the intersection of County Roads 22 and 13 close to May’s Crossroads with Spring Creek Fire Department and Floyd EMS units responding.

At 1:15pm, another two vehicle collision occurred on Alabama Highway 35, with that incident involving a 2010 Honda being driven by a female resident of Dalton, Georgia and a 2018 Nissan, being driven by a female from Henagar, who suffered injuries as a result of the wreck.  Along with troopers, the Broomtown Fire Department, Cherokee County Rescue Squad, local law enforcement and Floyd EMS responded.

At 7:45 that evening, troopers also responded to a report of a single-vehicle accident; this incident occurring on County Road 31 involving a 2015 Audi – fortunately no one was hurt.

All three accidents remain under investigation by the Alabama State Troopers.

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