Cobb cops: Chain-reaction crash on I-75 kills man

Grady EMS planned to take over ambulance service Sept. 1, but must move faster after American Medical Response said it would be leaving the zone beginning at the end of June. AJC FILE PHOTO
Grady EMS planned to take over ambulance service Sept. 1, but must move faster after American Medical Response said it would be leaving the zone beginning at the end of June. AJC FILE PHOTO

A five-vehicle crash on a Cobb County stretch of I-75 killed a man Sunday.

Frank Gammon, 55, didn’t notice traffic was stopped in front of him on I-75 north of Ernest W. Barrett Parkway and ran into the back of a vehicle about 3 p.m., according to Cobb police.


Gammon — from Cape Canaveral on Florida’s east coast —was taken to WellStar Kennestone Hospital, where he died.

Police said his 1999 Dodge Durango collided with a silver 2015 Toyota Tundra. The chain reaction involved a white 2007 Honda CRV, gray 2015 Toyota Corolla and a white 2013 Ford Escape.

There were no other major injuries. Police said they don’t expect any charges to be filed.


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