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Tuesday, March 06, 2012

Another Wreck In One of Milton's Open Road Neighborhoods.

AM NOTE: Hopewell Road is home to over one hundred Milton families. Many thanks to Milton Police and Fire Departments for coming to those in need.


Courtesy Milton Police Department.


DATE: 2.25.12

ROAD OF OCCURRENCE: Hopewell Road

POSTED SPEED: 45mph

VEHICLE COLOR: White

MAKE: Jeep

YEAR: 1997

REMOVED BY: United Towing

INJURED TAKEN TO: North Fulton Regional Hospital

EMS NOTIFIED TIME: 15:50

EMS ARRIVAL TIME: 16:00

REPORT BY: Grey, K.-Milton Police Department

REPORT DATE: 2.26.12

CHECK BY: Borsey, J. - Milton Police Department

REPORT CHECK DATE: 2.26.12



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REMARKS:

Vehicle 1 was traveling south bound on Hopewell Road, just north of Newton Drive. Vehicle 1 crossed over the double yellow line, crossing in to the Hopewell Road north bound lane. Vehicle 1 then entered back into the south bound lane. Vehicle 1 left the road way, running off the west side of Hopewell Road. The vehicle continued through a ditch. The vehicle struck a wire fence, continuing west bound and striking a tree. Witness 1 advised that he was traveling Hopewell Road north bound. He advised that as Vehicle 1 was approaching him in the south bound lane, he appeared to be driving very fast. Witness 1 stated that vehicle 1 crossed over the double yellow line into his lane of travel (north bound lane), causing witness 1 to slow down drastically. Vehicle 1 then entered back in to the south bound lane and ran off the west side of Hopewell Road. Vehicle 1 left the roadway,traveling through a ditch and striking a fence. Vehicle 1 continued west bound through the fence and struck a tree. Witness 1 stated that he stopped to check on driver 1. Witness 1 stated the vehicle was smoking and he was fearful that the vehicle may catch fire. Witness 1 removed driver 1 from the vehicle. Witness 1 stated that driver 1 was unconcious and leaned over the center console, not wearing his seatbelt. Upon arrival, driver 1 was concious and alert, but suffering from injuries. Driver 1 had no recollection of what happened. Driver 1 did not appear under the influence of alchol or drugs. Driver 1 was transported to North Fulton Regional Hospital for further evaluation.


*******ADDITIONAL CHARGES*********


VEHICLE #1 -Citation # -Basic Rules - Too fast for conditions.
VEHICLE #1 -Citation # - Safety Belts; Required Useage
VEHICLE #1 -Citation # - Reckless Driving 1st offense.

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