Man hospitalized after crashing through fence

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A man suffered blunt force trauma to the head early Saturday when his car crashed into a chain-link fence.

The man was driving a 1992 Honda Accord on Windsor Spring Road about 12:30 a.m. when his car failed to negotiate a curve, according to a news release. His car went along the shoulder, crossed the intersection with Dunham Court and struck the curb. The car continued traveling east, crashing through a chain-link fence on Dunham Court. The railing went through the windshield, but the car didn’t come to a stop until reaching A. Dorothy Haines Elementary School.

The victim’s name was not released. He was taken to Georgia Re­gents Medical Center for treatment.

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OpenCurtain 02/03/13 - 07:19 am
Ain't the 1st or even the 5th time

Our In-laws own property on this end of Dunham Ct. near the school.
Over the years we have seen the Windsor Spring Dunham Ct. corner houses frequently lose their front yard fences.

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