• March 03, 2017

Charles Donnall Killed in Fairburn, GA, Multi-Car Accident

Fairburn, GA -- March 1, 2017, Charles Donnall was killed as the result of an accident where multiple vehicles crashed on the interstate.

Fairburn Police investigators responded to the scene of the accident. They say it happened at around 8:00 p.m. near the intersection of I-85 and Senoia Road.

Preliminary accident investigations indicate 29-year-old Donnall was driving a car with several other vehicles along northbound I-85. For reasons that aren't clear, at least four vehicles crashed into each other and caused a pile-up.

As a result of the crash, Donnall was killed. It's not entirely clear what happened in the crash nor what might have caused it. Authorities did not report any charges or citations, and it's unclear if anyone else was injured.

At this time, police continue their investigations.

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