Police have a man in custody accused of crashes in two College Park city trucks.
One of the crashes left a woman dead.
Atlanta Police Department said at 2:25 p.m. Sunday, officers received reports of a crash involving several cars in the area of Lee Street SW and Sylvan Road SW.
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When officers arrived, they found one passenger who was in critical condition.
Police said the victim was taken to the hospital, where she died due to her injuries.
The victim’s family identified her as Dalynn George, 46, of Atlanta.
Her family has set up a GoFundMe campaign to raise funds for her funeral and celebration of life.
Police said Donald Jackson, 45, was the at-fault driver in a Ford F-250 truck that belongs to the city of College Park.
According to police, he crashed the truck into a Chevrolet Silverado, a Ford Fiesta, and a Saturn Vue before coming to a stop.
He left the scene on foot before officers responded, investigators say.
Police said Jackson later took another College Park truck and crashed it in DeKalb County on Interstate 20.
DeKalb police took him into custody.
It is unclear if there were any injuries reported in the I-20 crash.
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APD has charged Jackson with Felony Homicide by Vehicle 1st Degree, Felony Hit and Run, and Misdemeanor Reckless Driving.
Channel 2 Action News received the following statement from College Park officials.
“The City of College Park extends its profound sorrow and deepest condolences to the family of the person who lost their life in the tragic incident. As this is an active investigation, the city will not be making any additional comments at this time. Any further questions should be directed to the local authorities.”
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