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Multiple injured after crash blocks all lanes on I-75 North Tuesday night

At least one person is in critical condition.
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MARIETTA, Ga. — Update: All lanes of I-75 are now open. 

According to the Marietta Fire Department, at least one person is in critical condition after the six-car pileup that caused the shutdown. In total, officials said four people were taken to the hospital.

Two of the victims were trapped inside their vehicles and had to be cut out.


Marietta Police are asking drivers to avoid I-75 northbound after North Marietta Parkway due to an accident Tuesday night. 

The accident has all lanes blocked, they said. Officials said to exit onto North Marietta Parkway.

Marietta Fire said its crews are still responding to the multi-vehicle accident. The crash occurred shortly before 10:30 p.m. on I-75 north at the Allgood Road overpass, fire officials said.

Two patients in separate vehicles were trapped but have since been extricated, according to Marietta Fire. Four patients in total have been transported to the hospital for treatment, Marietta Fire said. 

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