Brunswick, GA — A fatal accident last Wednesday (June 19, 2013) took the life of a van driver after it he collided with a logging truck along Highway 303. Police did not immediately identify the victim, saying that their investigations are still ongoing and citing reasons concerning the notifying of his kin.
Police said the accident happened on Highway 303 a short distance from US-341 and the Blythe Island entrance. The victim was reportedly driving a van west along Highway 303 at about 10:30 a.m. that Wednesday when he lost control for unknown reasons and swerved into oncoming traffic, where he was hit by an eastbound logging truck.
The collision killed the driver of the van and left the entrance to Blythe Island blocked for a period of time. Further investigation is still ongoing.
Scene of the Accident
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