William Moore, 48, of Cartersville was treated and released. Because the name of the fourth person involved in the accident was not released, the Calhoun Times cannot get a patient update.
According to Georgia State Patrol (GSP):
The wreck occurred around 1:11 a.m. and involved four vehicles.
Although GSP is still investigating the cause of the wreck, the organization has released the vehicles and people involved.
GSP said the wreck was actually two wrecks with the first involving a tractor trailer and a Cadillac.
Riza Erbas, 33, of Florida, was driving the tractor trailer. The truck was carrying oil, but no oil from the tanker spilled.
The driver of the Cadillac DTS was not yet on the accident report, said GSP.
The second wreck involved the Cadillac, a Ford Probe and Honda Accord.
Parshendall McQueen, 25, of Ohio, was the driver of the Honda Accord, and William Moore, 48, of Cartersville, was the drive of the Ford Probe.
GSP is still investing the incident.
A multi-car wreck on southbound I-75 that involved two vehicles and a tractor trailer sent two people to the hospital this morning, according to Gordon County Non-Emergency 911.
According to E-911:
The wreck occurred around 1:11 a.m. this morning around mile marker 321 on I-75. This is one mile after the Resaca/LaFayette exit.
Two lanes were blocked until 4:30 a.m. due to clean up.
The two people injured were sent to Gordon Hospital.
More details to come.