Dooly County sheriff Van Peavy (left) crosses a washed out roadway after meeting with military personnel on March 4, 2001. near the site of a plane crash that killed 21 National Guardsmen. Peavy died on Jan. 6, 2015.
Dooly County sheriff Van Peavy (left) crosses a washed out roadway after meeting with military personnel on March 4, 2001. near the site of a plane crash that killed 21 National Guardsmen. Peavy died on Jan. 6, 2015. bcabell@macon.com
Dooly County sheriff Van Peavy (left) crosses a washed out roadway after meeting with military personnel on March 4, 2001. near the site of a plane crash that killed 21 National Guardsmen. Peavy died on Jan. 6, 2015. bcabell@macon.com

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