• Forsyth deputy hydroplanes, hits trees in Cherokee crash

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    CHEROKEE COUNTY, Ga. - Investigators are looking into a single-vehicle crash involving a Forsyth deputy on Georgia Highway 369 near Julius Bridge Road in Cherokee County.

    Cherokee County investigators said Michael Cartledge, a Forsyth County sheriff's deputy, was driving his patrol car eastbound on Georgia Highway 369 when the car hydroplaned and struck several trees.

    An ambulance transported him to North Fulton Hospital in Roswell to treat non-life-threatening injuries. 

    Investigators said Cartledge was wearing his seatbelt during the crash.

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