One killed in crash on I-95 near Brunswick
Submitted by motor vehicle accident attorney, Jeffrey Hark.
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BRUNSWICK | One person was killed and three injured just before noon in the crash of an SUV on Interstate 95 near Brunswick, the Georgia State Patrol said.
The 2004 Mercury Mountaineer crashed at 11:54 a.m. in the northbound lanes just north of the six-lane bridge over the Turtle River, the state patrol said.
The vehicle had New Jersey tags but the identity of the person killed was not known at the state patrol’s Brunswick post.
All three northbound lanes were closed for more than an 1 1/2 hours and traffic was rerouted along Georgia 303 across Blythe Island and onto U.S. 17 to the east of Brunswick.
Combined with the narrowing of I-95 to two lanes north of Brunswick for overpass construction, traffic was still not up to speed long after the accident was cleared.
One motorist told the state patrol that he was traveling at 15 mph more than 20 miles past the scene of the crash.
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