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Woman rolls van into gulley

Posted: January 16, 2014 - 5:17pm  |  Updated: January 16, 2014 - 5:28pm
A Columbia County sheriff's deputy paints tire marks of a minivan that rolled into a gulley Thursday afternoon on Sugarcreek Drive.   Photo By Valerie Rowell
Photo By Valerie Rowell
A Columbia County sheriff's deputy paints tire marks of a minivan that rolled into a gulley Thursday afternoon on Sugarcreek Drive.

 

A Grovetown woman was seriously injured Thursday afternoon when she rolled her minivan into a gulley.

Kathleen May Collins, 64, of Senators Ridge, was transported to the Georgia Regents Medical Center with a head injury that didn’t appear to be life-threatening.

Collins was driving east on Sugarcreek Drive at about 2:20 p.m. when she didn’t follow a curve in the road and her Dodge Caravan went onto the right shoulder, according to Columbia County sheriff’s Deputy Mark Smith. Collins’ van turned sideways, hit a creek bed and rolled over.

Witnesses say Collins was out of the vehicle when they stopped to help.

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soapy_725

Why didn't she go to Doctor's, Trinity, University or DDEAMC?

Because MCG is the area trauma center. MCG is where the money for a trauma center goes. It will not come to CC. Those in dread fear of not having an ER next door to their house in CC will not be satisfied.