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Georgia EMT Killed in Motorcycle Crash

DOUGLAS COUNTY, Ga. – WSBTV has reported that a Grady Hospital EMT was killed in a motorcycle crash after work.

Jason Dale Strickland, 37, was struck by a drunk driver after leaving work on Sunday on I-20 West in Douglas County.

Police state that Strickland thrown from his motorcycle onto the center lane and was struck by several vehicles, including a tractor-trailer.

The driver of the vehicle that hit Strickland was identified as Francisco Ferrer, 33, of Dallas. Ferrer was charged with vehicular homicide and DUI.

The investigation is still continuing.



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