The Georgia State Patrol has released information about accidents with injuries over the past week in Chattooga County.

According to the reports, last Friday around noon,  a deer ran across the Lyerly Highway in the area of Sardis Church Road  and was hit by a 1992 Camero driven by Glenda C. Tucker of Cedar Bluff.  After Tucker struck the deer it flew into the air and hit a 1996 Infiniti driven by Kimberly Tallent of Gaylesville.  The deer landed on the hood of Tallent’s car and partially entered the car through the windshield. 

Those injured in the accident were taken to Redmond Regional Medical Center by Chattooga County EMS.

Another accident caused by a deer occurred earlier last week when Felicia Harris of a Summerville address was travelling on Lick Skillet Road and a deer ran into the path of her 1993 Ford Taurus.  According to the accident report, Harris tried to miss the deer and ran off the road way causing her car to rollover.  Harris was transported to Floyd Medical Center by Chattooga County EMS.