12 die on Ga. roads over holiday

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ATLANTA — The Georgia State Patrol says 12 people have been killed in auto accidents since the Thanksgiving holiday travel period began Wednesday evening.

The Atlanta Journal-Constitution reports that 13 people were killed in car crashes during the same period last year.

This year, deadly wrecks have been reported by police in Gwinnett County, Cartersville, Columbus, Blue Ridge, Forsyth, Richmond County, Toccoa and Villa Rica.

In all, state police have tracked 344 crashes and 206 injuries during the period.

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seenitB4 11/28/11 - 08:43 am
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We were on the roads a lot in

We were on the roads a lot in the last few days.....thankfully we had safe travels & realy didn't see many nuts on the road.......did see dead deer.....around Appling & I-20.

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treetopyoung 11/28/11 - 05:42 pm
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there was a bad one near exit

there was a bad one near exit 130 right before the Madison exit last night..it took almost one hour to go about 5 miles...

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