MOULTRIE — The Georgia State Patrol investigated a two-car crash Tuesday evening on Highway 33 that sent two people to the hospital, and earlier in the day the GSP released information on a Saturday afternoon wreck in which a woman and child were injured.
Little information was available on the Tuesday accident. The state patrol said that about 6:35 p.m. one of the vehicles ran the stop sign on Doerun-Norman Park Road and collided with the other, which was traveling north on Highway 33.
Two people were sent to Archbold Memorial Hospital, emergency responders said, but they were not identified so their conditions could not be determined.
The injuries in Saturday’s wreck, though, were apparently minor.
Rebekah Hines, 27, of Doerun, and Chantae Lee, 33, of Norman Park, were both driving north on Cool Springs Road at the time of the accident, according to the Georgia State Patrol.
When Lee slowed for a railroad crossing, Hines failed to slow down, agency reports said. As a result, the front end of the Honda Accord Hines was driving struck the rear of the 1996 Chevrolet Cavalier driven by Lee.
Both drivers were able to pull off the highway following the collision.
Lee and 9-year-old Tynika Lee were each treated at Colquitt Regional Medical Center and released, a hospital spokeswoman said.
Hines was cited for following too closely.