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Drunk Driver Causes 15 Wrecks In Two Ga. Counties

January 24, 2013  | 

A suspected drunk driver who caused 15 wrecks in two Georgia counties Wednesday was denied bail Thursday morning.

Michael O. Snider was driving a Ford F-250 during the hit-and-run rampage in DeKalb and Gwinnett counties that killed one person and critically injured another, reports the Atlanta Journal-Constitution.

After causing five wrecks in DeKalb County, Snider then allegedly caused at least 10 more wrecks in Gwinnett before causing a fatal wreck near Snellville around 8:30 p.m.

The vehicular reign of terror ended when Snider struck a John Boy's Home Cooking restaurant.


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