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Tuesday September 27th, 2016 4:41AM

GSP details Cleveland wreck that left three hurt

By Rob Moore and Dean Dyer
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CLEVELAND - Two youths had to be flown from the scene of a two-vehicle wreck west of Cleveland Wednesday morning.<br /> <br /> According to the Georgia State Patrol, a 2013 Toyota Corolla driven by 33-year-old Brandy Sutton of Cleveland was traveling east on Georgia Highway 115, merged into the turn lane and was attempting to make a left turn onto Tesnatee Gap Valley Road.<br /> <br /> A 1997 Ford Econoline van was traveling west on Georgia 115 and struck the passenger side of the car, a GSP spokesman said.<br /> <br /> The resulting collision trapped the occupants of the car.<br /> <br /> Kelsey Grimsley, 14, of Cleveland was in the front passenger seat, and Jealan Grimsley, 12, of Cleveland was in the back right seat, the spokesman said.<br /> <br /> Firefighters had to remove both passenger-side doors to access the girls.<br /> <br /> "One of the passengers is believed have a broken femur and the other one is believed to have head injuries," said Sgt. G.R. Harper of GSP Post 6 in Gainesville.<br /> <br /> Sun shining in Sutton's eyes was listed as a contributing factor in the wreck.<br /> <br /> Sutton was injured and was taken by ambulance to Northeast Georgia Medical Center in Gainesville, Harper said.<br /> <br /> The driver of the van had minor injuries and was not transported, Harper said.
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