(The attached video was submitted with permission by Kory Hill from The Junction gas station.)
A Hawkinsville man is in custody after running a stop sign and leaving the scene of the resulting accident.
According to a Georgia State Patrol crash report, just before 11 p.m. on August 22, Cornelius Bozeman ran the stop sign at Highway 112 and Highway 87, crashing into the rear of Susan Long's Ford Explorer.
As Long's vehicle rolled, her passenger, 22-year-old Andrew Smith, was thrown from the vehicle but only suffered minor injuries. The crash report says he was not wearing his seat belt.
Trooper Chad Harrison told 13WMAZ that Bozeman was on probation at the time and told investigators he was nervous. He claimed he didn't know what to do so he left the scene.
Bozeman told investigators he ran the stop sign because it was foggy.
Smith was taken to Taylor Regional Hospital. Long also suffered minor injuries but was treated at the Medical Center of Central Georgia.
The Ford Explorer came to rest just a few feet away from the gas pumps at The Junction, a convenience store in Cochran.
Police were able to track down a year and model range based on car parts left in the road.
Bozeman's 1997 Volvo sedan hit a sign across the intersection but was not completely disabled, and according to the crash report, he drove away from the scene.
Bleckley investigators listened around town for information and were able to call him in to his probation officer for a test. During the test he was asked if he owned a Volvo. Harrison followed up that test with an interrogation about the wreck.
Bozeman has been charged with two counts of serious injury by vehicle, failure to stop at a stop sign and leaving the scene of an accident. Harrison said Bozeman, who remains in custody at this time, may be facing more charges.