Jed Lacey, center, of Dawson County High School. (Credit: Channel 2 Action News)

High school coach killed in Ga. 400 crash

A high school soccer coach was killed Saturday morning in a four-vehicle crash on Ga. 400 in Forsyth County, according to multiple news reports.

Jed Lacey of Dawson County High School died and three other people were injured in the crash, which was north of exit 15, according to reports. All vehicles were southbound at the time of the accident.

“We are heartbroken at the loss of a great teacher, coach, and overall great man,” the school system said in a Facebook post about Lacey. “He was loved by our Dawson County family.”

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Details of the crash, which closed the freeway for about four hours, were not released. The investigation is ongoing.

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