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Monday July 16th, 2018 6:31AM

Victim suffers serious injury in 4-car crash on I-985

At least two people suffered injuries in a four-car pileup on Interstate 985 in Gainesville Tuesday morning, city emergency officials confirmed.
 
The crash happened on the southbound side of the road just north of Exit 17 or Ga. 13/Atlanta Hwy.  Emergency crews received the call shortly after 8 a.m.
 
"It looks as though there are two injuries with one being serious and the second being transported with minor injuries," Gainesville Fire Department Division Chief Keith Smith stated in an email.
 
He said other individuals involved were medically evaluated on the scene.
 
Gainesville Police are investigating the crash.  Southbound traffic began flowing again on I-985 at roughly 9:25 a.m., according to Gainesville Police Sgt. Kevin Holbrook.
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