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A Statham, Georgia, woman was killed Feb. 13, 2017, on the Gray Bypass, marking the third traffic for fatality in four days. Jones county sheriff Butch Reece explains he has been in contact with the Georgia Department of Transportation about the dangerous intersection since the new highway opened in December. Video by Liz Fabian Liz Fabian The Telegraph
A Statham, Georgia, woman was killed Feb. 13, 2017, on the Gray Bypass, marking the third traffic for fatality in four days. Jones county sheriff Butch Reece explains he has been in contact with the Georgia Department of Transportation about the dangerous intersection since the new highway opened in December. Video by Liz Fabian Liz Fabian The Telegraph

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