On October 13, 2009 the DeKalb County authorities released some details regarding a fatal crash on Highway 78 near Stone Mountain in Atlanta, Georgia. There were 9 people in the van at the time of the collision and no other vehicles were believed to be involved. Emergency personnel at the scene had to cut the roof of the van off to reach the injured people inside. Six people inside were taken to Grady Memorial Hospital and the Atlanta Medical Center. Initial reports listed all six as being in critical condition. Local TV footage showed the van lying on its side. At this time, the names of those injured have not been released.
Posted on Oct 14, 2009
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