Update: Two seriously injured in Friday crash in Loganville

Georgia State Patrol Report that a driver and his passenger were seriously injured in a wreck in Loganville on Friday, June 14, 2019. According to GSP, Tyler Hogan, 19, of Loganville was driving a 2011 Mazda west on Center Hill Church Road and attempting to turn left onto Country Lane. Terry Nash, 63, also of Loganville, was driving a 2015 GMC truck east on Center Hill Church Road. The driver of the Mazda allegedly failed to yield while turning left causing the driver of the GMC to collide with it in the front passenger quarter panel.

“The investigating Trooper spoke with multiple witnesses who were all located at different vantage points when the crash occurred. All statements aligned with the initial and final investigative findings of the investigating Trooper,” GSP reported.

Both vehicles had one passenger. Hogan and his passenger were transported to Gwinnett Medical Center. The GSP post in Monroe reports that one of the injuries was critical. The occupants of the GMC were not transported.

Hogan was cited with “Failing to Yield While Turning Left.”

Initial story
Walton County Fire and Emergency Services is reporting just after 6:30 p.m. on Friday, June 14, 2019, that Centerhill Church Road at Country Lane is closed due to a very serious two-vehicle accident. WCFR Assistant Fire Chief Craig League said there are two critical injuries and several non-critical injuries reported. 
The two critical patients have been transported by ground to Gwinnett Medical Center. The other patients refused transportation.

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