A driver was pulled from this crumpled car following a crash Thursday morning on Ga. 400 North near Abernathy Road in Sandy Springs.

Ga. 400 North reopens after crash, fuel spill 

Authorities have reopened all but one exit lane on Ga. 400 North following a serious injury crash and fuel leak Thursday morning, police said. 

Sandy Springs police and fire are still working to clear the accident at the Abernathy Road exit. The off-ramp is blocked for traffic exiting the freeway east toward Dunwoody, police spokesman Sgt. Sam Worsham told AJC.com.

“That’s where those lanes ramp from I-285 onto (Ga.) 400 North,” WSB 24-hour Traffic Center reporter Mark Arum said. “Big outbound delays on 400 up through Sandy Springs.”


A pickup truck was rear-ended by a tractor-trailer, Worsham said. A driver was pulled from the crumpled wreckage and taken to a hospital.

Fuel was leaking from the tractor-trailer onto the roadway, which delayed the crash cleanup, he said.

The crash has “single-handedly affected three interstates pretty severely,” traffic reporter Ashley Frasca said. Both directions on Ga. 400, I-85 and the entire Top End Perimeter are jammed. 


Drivers can take Roswell Road to avoid the mess, the Traffic Center reported.

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