Moultrie Observer

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February 4, 2013

Moultrian seriously hurt in wreck

MOULTRIE — A Moultrie man was airlifted Saturday afternoon to a Macon hospital following a two-car collision on South Main Street that also injured the other driver.

Officials at the Medical Center of Central Georgia did not immediately return calls seeking comment Monday about the condition of Bobby Gene Kinsey of 180 Trailer Park Road.

Police reports said that Kinsey was trapped in a 1995 Toyota Corolla after he was struck by a 1982 Ford Explorer driven by Kenoya Harper of 3109 S. Veterans Parkway Apt. E-9. He was sent to the Macon hospital due to severe leg injuries.

Police said that both cars were headed south at about 12:35 p.m. when Harper drove into Kinsey’s lane, hitting the Toyota in the rear. Kinsey was charged with no driver’s license.

Harper was treated at Colquitt Regional Medical Center and released, a hospital spokeswoman said.

In another Saturday accident, two drivers were injured in a collision at the intersection of Georgia Highway 37 and Rossman Dairy Road, the Georgia State Patrol said.

Jo-el Andrew Dampier, 20, of Tyler Road, was driving west in a 2004 Ford Explorer on Highway 37 when Ericka Moctezuma-Ivon drove a 2004 Ford Explorer into his path. Moctezuma-Ivon, 21, pulled into the roadway after stopping at the stop sign on Rossman Dairy, the agency said.

No charges were filed in the accident. Both drivers were treated and released.

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