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UPDATE: GSP investigating fatal crash on I-75

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UPDATE: Georgia State Patrol is investigating a fatal crash that occurred on I-75 south Sunday afternoon in Catoosa County. 

GSP says the single vehicle crash was reported around 4:20 p.m.,it occurred near Battlefield Parkway.

Their preliminary report shows Subaru SUV was being driven by a 68-year old male when it abruptly left the roadway. The vehicle came to rest in the wood line. The man's wife was not injured.  The couple are from Florida. 

Stay with Channel 3 for the latest details. 

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