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Condition of 2 people intentionally hit improving

Monday, July 9, 2012 5:07 PM
Last updated Tuesday, July 10, 2012 9:40 PM
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EDITOR'S NOTE: Because of incorrect information provided to a reporter, an earlier version of this story incorrectly described the relationship between Jessica Hill and Thomas Jackson Taylor. Hill and Taylor were no longer dating. The story has been changed to reflect this. The Chronicle regrets the error.

Thomas Jack­son Taylor, 36, of Windsor Spring Road  Special
Thomas Jack­son Taylor, 36, of Windsor Spring Road

The two people whose vehicle police say was intentionally hit Saturday in south Augusta have improved from critical to good condition, a Medical College of Geor­gia Hospital spokeswoman said Monday.

Jason Larussa and Jessica Hill were in a truck when Hill’s ex-boyfriend, Thomas Jack­son Taylor, 36, of Windsor Spring Road, spotted them. Richmond County sheriff’s Capt. Scott Gay said Taylor rammed them with his truck until Hill’s vehicle flipped.

Taylor was booked into the Richmond County jail on two counts of aggravated assault.

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blues550 07/09/12 - 05:27 pm
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Tp quote the wife of Pahroah upon his returns after his army went swimming in the Red Sea withot life jacketsh. You couldn't even kill him. What a loser.

cozzster 07/10/12 - 08:16 am
Tsk, triangles...

Tsk, triangles...

mikesaul 07/10/12 - 03:53 pm
And, again, ACES can't fact check their reports!

She is not his girlfriend. He is her ex!

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