Thursday November 26th, 2015 1:56AM

Overnight wreck shuts down Highway 115

By Rob Moore Reporter
CLEVELAND - Georgia Highway 115 west of Cleveland was shut down for around an hour overnight as a result of a two-vehicle wreck.

Cleveland Fire Chief Ricky Pruitt said his department was called to the wreck on Highway 115 West at Campbell Street at 12:18 a.m.

"Upon arrival, we found a Suzuki Samurai on its top with the two occupants out of the vehicle," Pruitt said Sunday morning. "The passenger of the Suzuki was transported to the hospital with injuries, but they did not appear to be life-threatening."

Pruitt said both the driver of the Suzuki and the passenger car involved declined treatment and transport.

"It appears the westbound Suzuki ran out of the road, overcorrected, ran off the left side of the road and rolled," Pruitt said. "Highway 115 in both directions was shut down for around an hour."
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