A multiple-car wreck on Martin Luther King Jr. Drive claimed the life of one motorist. The collision in Atlanta happened early Sunday night, June 27th. According to a news report, the collision occurred after a 2010 Infiniti G37 failed to yield to a stop sign.
The report stated that the Atlanta Police Department disclosed their officers responded to the crash scene at about 6:45 p.m. The collision happened on 1977 Martin Luther King Jr. Drive, right in front of a Texaco gas station. Officers reported that there were several vehicles when they arrived at the collision in Atlanta.
The preliminary investigation revealed that a man drove a 2010 Infiniti G37 on Interstate 20 eastbound. He exited on the Martin Luther King Jr. Drive ramp and drove past a stop sign. The police said a Buick Enclave struck the man’s car, and a 2003 Chevrolet Trailblazer also hit the Infiniti.
The Enclave went on to strike a 2010 Honda Insight. The collision ejected the man in the Infiniti onto the roadway, and he died at the accident scene. Medics conveyed the other drivers involved in the accident to the hospital in stable condition.
There is no information on the name and age of the fatal victim and the other drivers. The APD said they expect to file charges after the Accident Investigations Unit investigations into the collision. There is no additional information.
In Georgia, it is vital to establish who is at fault for a car accident because of the rules of the fault system. The fault party will then pay compensation to the victim to cover the injuries suffered and any property damage.
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