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Shiver Hamilton Announces Matching Donation of $100,000 for Bahamas Relief

Atlanta based law firm, Shiver Hamilton, LLC announced a $100,000 matching donation for relief efforts currently underway in the Bahamas today. The donations will go directly to victims of Hurricane Dorian, which ravaged the northern island chain in the Bahamas known as the Abaco islands. Many victims are homeless and have no access to fresh . . .

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Fatal Box Truck Accident Occurs in Douglasville

Authorities have reported that a woman was killed as a result of a Douglasville box truck accident on Saturday night. The victim has yet to be identified, however, eyewitnesses report that the box truck struck a gray Honda Sedan. The deadly crash pushed the vehicle into the parking lot of the adjacent liquor store by . . .

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18-Wheeler Accident in Peach County on I-75 South Causes Serious Injury and Death

On Sunday a fatal truck accident occurred on I-75 Southbound in Peach County that left three people injured and one person dead. The Georgia Department of Transportation announced the deadly crash on I-75 that happened near the Sardis Church Road interchange on Sunday. Shortly before 2 p.m. on Sunday, an 18-wheeler truck was traveling north . . .

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C&H Paving Truck Accident Results in Fatality

John Mckie was left dead as the result of a deadly truck crash in Appling on Wednesday, the Columbia County Sheriff’s Office reports. The fatal car accident in Columbia County occurred on Cobbham Road in Appling, and was the result of a collision between a Ford F-150 and a dump truck. The dump truck involved . . .

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Atlanta Man Dies in Boating Accident on Lake Oconee

On Lake Oconee, a 27-year-old man named Ian Clough was tragically killed after being thrown off of a boat and struck by the boat’s propeller. The 27-year-old was an avid traveler and had a passion for learning about other cultures. The victim was visiting Lake Oconee with a group of college friends from the University . . .

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