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Motorcyclist from Macon killed in head-on crash in Crawford County

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A motorcyclist from Macon was killed Saturday in a collision with a Jeep in Crawford County, the coroner said.

Christopher Taylor, 26, was pronounced dead at the scene of the 11:30 a.m. crash on Ga. 42 south near Taylor’s Mill Road, said Crawford County Coroner Sheldon Mattox.

No one else was injured.

According to an email from the Georgia State Patrol, Taylor was riding with a group of other motorcyclists when he attempted to ride in between two others who were riding abreast. Taylor lost control, struck another motorcycle, then fell into the oncoming lane and was struck by the Jeep headed in the opposite direction.

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