The man broke through a Paulding County gas station before shooting himself, the agent says


Paulding County lawmakers say several people were injured after a gas station accident led to an attempted suicide.

The agent replied to Al’s Exxon at Rose’s Store / Union Community on 30 Highway 101 in North Dallas on Sunday morning about multiple vehicle accidents and possible shootings.

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The agent said the white GMC Sierra Crew cab truck was moving south on GA101 towards the GA120 / GA101 intersection and appeared to have been deliberately kicked off the road via the Al Exxon sign. say.

As the truck passed the sign, it collided with multiple vehicles in the store’s parking lot, including a petrol pump.

The bystander went to check the driver and he grabbed his pistol. According to witnesses, the man shot his head, the agent says.

The man was treated by a first responder and taken to the hospital. According to his agent, he is in crisis.

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At the time of the accident, there were multiple people at the gas station, some of whom were injured, the agent said. At present, none of the injured bystanders are life-threatening.

The name of the white GMC Sierra driver will not be published because the family has not been notified yet.

A Paulding County agent said the Georgia Patrol is investigating the part of the car accident in the case, and the Paulding County Sheriff’s Office is investigating the part of the attempted suicide in the case.

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