Two men are dead after two separate accidents on I-75 overnight.
The driver of a Toyota 4Runner cut an auto close to the Downtown Connector close Williams Street around 1:30 a.m. The driver of the Toyota died in a split second, when his 4Runner flipped and hit the divider, police said.
He was driving at "a high rate of rate when he endeavored to move to another lane to maintain a strategic distance from a few vehicles that had ceased in the roadway because of a separated vehicle," Atlanta police said in an email.
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The driver was not shot out, police said, but rather endured real injury and passed on the scene. The driver of the second vehicle was taken to Atlanta Medical Center for minor wounds and is relied upon to be OK, police said.
A second mischance left a man dead and close down paths on I-75 close Mount Paran Road around 4 a.m.
Police said the driver of a 2002 Acura MDX was traveled north on the interstate when the driver floated off the roadway and struck the guardrail.
The mischance debilitated the vehicle and left it staying in the roadway with no crisis hardware.
At the point when the man escaped the SUV, an auto struck and murdered him. The driver of that auto, who wasn't hurt, clearly didn't see the SUV nor its driver.
Police are exploring regardless of whether liquor was included with either crash.
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