Warner Robins police are looking for the driver of a gold Camry accused of running a woman off the Ga. 247 connector Tuesday afternoon.
Torri Statham, 30, of Fort Valley, flipped her Chrysler Sebring at about 3 p.m. while trying to avoid the Camry, which had been swerving into her lane and braking erratically between U.S. 41 and the county line, according to a news release from the police department.
Statham was unconscious at the scene but witnesses stopped to render aid and told rescue workers about the Camry with a Georgia wildlife tag that ran her off the road, the release stated.
Statham was in stable condition after being taken to the Peach County Hospital after the accident.
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Investigators ask anyone who stopped to help Statham or witnessed the accident to call Lt. Todd Edwards of the traffic unit of the Warner Robins traffic division at 765-1037 or 929-1170.