At least 1 dead, 12 injured in massive multivehicle pileup at Georgia/Florida border

WSB Channel 2 Atlanta
WSB Channel 2 Atlanta

CAMDEN COUNTY, Ga. — At least one person is dead and 12 more were rushed to the hospital after a multivehicle chain-reaction crash on the Georgia/Florida border Friday afternoon.

The crash is currently blocking all lanes of Interstate-95 northbound at the St. Mary’s Road exit in Camden County.

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Two more left lanes are blocked on I-95 southbound.

Motorists are advised to use alternate routes to avoid delays.

The accident happened at the beginning of a busy travel weekend ahead of the Fourth of July.

The victims’ identities and conditions have not been released. It’s unclear when the highway will open.

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Stephanie Mumford

horrible! pray all involved will be ok! but have to say more and more of these accidents are caused from not paying attention and speeding!!! every single day I drive over the bridge and 3 days straight... have almost been ran straight off of the road ( in the right lane ) because of drivers trying to get around the (left lane ) drivers will NOT MOVE OVER!! SO it ends up they are now in the right lane trying to MOVE THE TRAFFIC FORWARD!! I AM NOT SAYING THIS WAS THE CIRCUMSTANCES THAT CAUSED This CATASTROPHE JUST SAYING ... RAGE IS OUT OF CONTROL AND PEOPLE ARE NOT PAYING ATTENTION!!!


I stopped vacationing in the summer several years ago due to crowds & it doesn’t make sense to me to go to the beach in the summertime. I go in the winter & I love it. Yes, it’s cold but, not unbearable provided you dress accordingly. It’s far fewer people & much more enjoyable.


I am not surprised. We just came that way yesterday. I have seen so many people texting and driving, a woman breastfeeding while driving, others with open containers, people are driving right on your tail even doing 75. Slow people in the fast lanes. I am not a perfect driver but everyone really needs to calm down.


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