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Overturned semi closes GA Hwy 25 at Bourne Ave

GARDEN CITY, GA (WTOC) -

Crews are at the scene of an overturned tractor trailer on GA Hwy 25 in Garden City. 

It happened shortly after 7 a.m. Minor injuries have been reported. The driver was headed down Bourne Ave. when he says his brakes failed. He then turned to avoid hitting another truck or the Port gates and the semi tipped over. The semi was carrying a container full of paper.

The driver was alert and was taken to the hospital with unknown injuries. 

Police have GA Hwy 25 blocked at Bourne Avenue and are rerouting people on 25 at Smith or Bourne avenues. Bourne Ave is open and Ports traffic is not affected. 

GSP, Garden City Fire and police and Georgia Ports Police responded. 

We will continue to follow road conditions in the area and let you know as soon as the wreck is cleared.

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