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Log truck located in Macon after hitting ambulance in Washington County

It happened Tuesday on Highway 24 West in the area of Barksdale Store.
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WASHINGTON COUNTY, Georgia — A log tuck has been found in Macon after the driver of the truck hit an ambulance in Washington County.

That's according to a Facebook post from the Washington County Sheriff's Office.

According to a the post, the accident happened Tuesday on Highway 24 West in the area of Barksdale Store.

The accident involved an ambulance and a log truck. The agency says the log truck left the scene. 

With the help of other law enforcement agencies, the log truck was located in Macon.

The post from the sheriff's office says no one suffered any major injuries.

The sheriff's office is advising people to use caution while driving in the area.

Washington County Sheriff Joel Cochran says the driver is not being charged because surveillance footage helped state patrol determine the fault of the accident.

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