A man was injured Thursday night when his car veered out of control, grazed a church and then flipped, authorities said.
Kentron Stinson was taken to The Medical Center of Central Georgia after his Acura TL hit a street sign, then a power pole and finally Aberlena Baptist Church before flipping three times, Macon police officer Tracey Stanley said.
No age or address for Stinson was immediately available.
Traffic on Riverside Drive was rerouted between Madison and College streets for about an hour after the accident, which happened about 6:45 p.m.
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Stinson was headed into downtown on Riverside Drive at the time.
A witness who saw the crash told police “it seemed like (Stinson) was angry about something” before his car left the roadway near Madison Street, Stanley said.
There were no brake marks at the scene, the officer said, and “there was no odor of alcohol” on Stinson.
Debris was strewn along Riverside Drive and wires were down as police, fire and Georgia Power crews worked to restore order.