Macon, GA – Tracey Fuller, 48, was critically injured when she was struck by a car while riding her bike, around 8 p.m. Tuesday evening in Macon, GA.
According to reports, Casey Smith, 31, was driving a Chevy Tahoe along Thomaston Rd. when it seemed to Mr. Smith that he may have hit something. Upon stopping his vehicle, he discovered that he had struck Ms. Fuller on her bicycle. Critically injured, Ms. Fuller was rushed to Medical Center Navicent Health. At last check she was still listed in critical condition.
There is nothing in the reports that indicate how Mr. Smith’s vehicle came to hit Ms. Fuller’s bike. An investigation is ongoing and no charges have been filed at this time.
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