Douglas PD issues crime alert
2017-06-22T19:09:02Z2017-06-22T19:09:02ZBy Dave Miller, Digital Executive Producer
(Source: Douglas PD)
DOUGLAS, GA (WALB) -
Officers from the Douglas Police Department are asking for assistance in identifying two women who were captured on video. Douglas PD warns business owners to be vigilant.They say that one of the women requested attention from a downtown business cashier, while the other went behind the counter and removed her wallet.
Fire and rescue authorities say that two children involved in a collision with a semi truck in rural Worth County avoided injury because they were correctly restrained in child safety seats. Worth Fire Rescue and EMA was dispatched to Highway 33 North and Rocky Mount Church Road about 11:00 Thursday morning, to an accident involving a small SUV and a semi truck. Rescuers shut down the terminated the engine of the SUV and dealt with fluids from that vehicle that spilled into the highway.
I-75 wreck in Lowndes now cleared 2017-06-22T12:51:26Z2017-06-22T13:49:35ZBy Dave Miller, Digital Executive Producer (Source: SPUI-Public-domain-Wikimedia-Commons) VALDOSTA, GA (WALB) - The Georgia Department of Transportation reports that an accident involving an overturned tractor trailer on I-75 Northbound has been cleared.They said the location is State Route 133/St Augustine Road, at Exit 18, in Lowndes County.Traffic is again moving in this area, and they urge caution.Copyright...
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