Three Children Left Seriously Injured after Georgia Crash

On Monday, August 1, 2011, three children and two adults were injured in a Hiram, Georgia accident on Highway 278 near Highway 92. This crash occurred around 6:30 a.m. and sent all three children to the hospital with serious injuries.

Police said that the children sustained more serious injuries than the adults. One was taken to Paulding County Hospital by ambulance with very serious injuries, and the other two children were taken by helicopter to Children's Healthcare of Atlanta with serious injuries as well.

After the one child was taken to Paulding and stabilized, that child was then flown to Children's Healthcare as well.

As of late Monday, two of the children remained in critical condition, facing life-threatening injuries. The children are aged from 4 to 9.

The Georgia State Patrol is investigating this two-vehicle crash in order to determine the cause of the wreck.

Kalka & Baer would like to wish the children injured in this Georgia crash a full and complete recovery.

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