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2 die in crash in Appling on Scotts Ferry Rd.

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Two people died in a crash on Scotts Ferry Road Monday night in Appling.

According to the Columbia County Sheriff’s Office 27-year-old Cody Allen Byrd and Laura Wray Washington died when the truck they were driving went off the road.

It happened around 8:50pm.

The truck overturned several times and both passengers were ejected from the vehicle.

Investigators believe alcohol may be related in the crash.

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