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Driver charged in accident that left motorcyclist dead
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    Georgia State Patrol troopers charged a Pembroke man with failure to yield in an Oct. 31 accident that killed a motorcyclist.
    William A. Green, 55, Hampton Avenue, died from injuries after being ejected from his Harley Davidson, after colliding with a Chevrolet C10 pickup truck that pulled into his path on Ga. 67, according to GSP reports.
    Green was traveling south on Ga. 67 around 11:30 a.m. Halloween day, approaching the intersection with Burkhalter Road, when 84-year-old Harold C. Floyd, Ga. 67, Pembroke, was approaching from the opposite direction, heading north, reports stated.
    Floyd pulled into the turn lane and entered Green's path by making a left turn. He told investigating troopers the light was green.
    Green's motorcycle collided with Floyd's truck, and Green was ejected from the motorcycle. He was pronounced dead at the scene.
    Floyd was charged with failure to yield at an intersection, according to reports.
     Holli Deal Bragg may be reached at (912) 489-9414.

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