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Crash Involving Fayette County School Bus

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Updated: 5/02/2012 6:34 pm
Police have closed the Man-O-War Boulevard outer loop at I-75 South because of an injury accident involving a Fayette County school bus and a car.

Traffic is being routed onto I-75 from the outer loop. The exit ramp from I-75 North to Man-O-War is closed.

The inner loop of Man-O-War is blocked at Polo Club Boulevard. The driver of the car has life threatening injuries.

Police anticipate the closure to remain through the evening rush hour. Motorists should avoid the area if possible.

 


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