ATLANTA - Several city employees have been terminated from their jobs following a deadly garbage truck crash in November.
Alcohol was determined to be a factor in the crash that killed 54-year-old Derryl Simmons.
Friday, a City of Atlanta spokesman confirmed to Channel 2 Action News that four employees were fired in the wake of the investigation. Also, several other city employees from Public Works/Water Department were sent home and waiting on final test results before further action.
According to the city, Simmons was a passenger in the truck, driven by Melvin Callahan when it overturned while exiting Interstate 75 southbound at Cleveland Avenue on November 2.
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