Serious Injuries Reported in Friday Crash
The Georgia State Patrol as of late Friday had not completed their investigation into the crash that occurred on Ivey Gulledge Road that afternoon.
A two-vehicle crash Friday afternoon reportedly sent several youths residents to area hospitals.
According to the Georgia State Patrol, about 3:50 p.m. a Jeep Cherokee struck a Ford Contour on Ivey Gulledge Road. The Jeep was being driven by 17-year-old James Allen Calesa, while the Contour was driven by 54-year-old Sandra Kay Greer. Both are from Dallas.
Three teen passengers were in the Jeep; three passengers were in the Contour as well. One passenger in the Contour, a child, was airlifted to Scottish Rite.
Others involved in the crash who sustained injuries were taken to WellStar Kennestone Hospital. It was not immediately known how many in all sustained injuries.
Fox 5 Atlanta reported that the two teens in the Jeep were ejected from the vehicle; one of them was airlifted due to their serious injuries. The other ejected teen and a child from the Contour were taken to an unidentified area hospital. The TV station also reported that all three passengers in the Contour were small children.
The Georgia State Patrol continues to investigate the crash.
In another two-vehicle crash, which happened late Friday afternoon on Dallas Acworth Highway at Silver Oak Drive, only one person sustained injuries, with GSP officials reporting that the individual was not seriously injured. The crash led Paulding authorities to advise drivers to avoid the area for an hour as emergency crews responded to the incident.
Also according to GSP officials, no major injuries were reported in a crash on Hiram Sudie Road and another on Georgia 61 near Hart Road.
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