• February 10, 2017

Alan Moore Killed, James Short Hurt in Jesup, GA, Truck Accident

Jesup, GA -- February 9, 2017, Alan Moore was killed, James Short injured, following an accident in which their vehicles collided on the highway.

57-year-old Moore was traveling northbound on Joey Williamson Road at the intersection of US Highway 341. The crash happened just before 6:00 a.m.

Preliminary investigations indicate that Moore attempting to enter northbound highway lanes of US 341. In the process his vehicle's path and that of 43-year-old Short's 18-wheeler somehow crossed. As a result, a collision occurred between the two vehicles.

Emergency services cam to the scene and transported both drivers to a nearby hospital. Moore's injuries proved fatal and he eventually died. Short's injuries were said to be non-life-threatening.

The exact cause of the accident has yet to be determined. Authorities say that they continue to investigate the crash.

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