Cordele man killed, eight others injured in three-car accident on I-75

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All lanes are blocked on I-75 north from Sardis Church Road south to Byron.
All lanes are blocked on I-75 north from Sardis Church Road south to Byron.
PEACH COUNTY, Georgia (41NBC/WMGT) – A 30-year-old Cordele man is dead after a three-car accident Friday morning on I-75. 

The Peach County Coroner says Leonard Patrick was pronounced dead on the scene. It happened around 2 a.m. near exit 144 toward Russell Parkway. 

Eight other people were injured in the crash. Six of those were taken to the hospital.

Georgia State Patrol officers are investigating. 

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