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2 dead in wrong-way crash on Ga. 400, police say

The crash happened before 6 a.m. on Sunday.

SANDY SPRINGS, Ga. — Editor's note: Police have cleared Lider Damis of any wrongdoing in this crash. They now list Robinson as being at fault.

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Two people are dead after a wrong-way crash along Georgia 400 in Sandy Springs, police said Sunday morning. The highway was closed for nearly four hours for the investigation. 

It happened before 6 a.m. along the southbound lanes near Riverside Road and mile marker 14. Traffic was being diverted off the Holcomb Bridge Road exit.

Roswell Police responded to the area near Roberts Drive in reference to a wrong-way driver before locating the head-on crash south of the river. 

"Roswell Fire Department arrived and attempted lifesaving measures on one of the drivers, but because of the injuries medical personnel pronounced the driver deceased," a spokesperson with the Roswell Police Department said.

Sandy Springs Police said the department also received multiple calls around 5:30 a.m. regarding a wrong-way driver. Officers said both drivers involved died. There were no passengers in either car.

The two killed were later identified as 32-year-old Damis Lider, of Clarkston and 24-year-old Zoe Robinson of Sandy Springs.

The Sandy Springs Police Department is investigating a motor vehicle crash involving a wrong-way driver that resulted in...

Posted by Sandy Springs Police on Sunday, February 6, 2022

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