Duane Taffe, 40, dies when tractor trailer strikes him on I-75 in Cobb County, Georgia
COBB Police: Man killed after jumping out of a car on I-75
A silver Acura was heading south on I-75, just north of Wade Green Road, when the passenger in the car opened the door and jumped out while the car was traveling at interstate speed “for reasons unknown,” according to Sgt. Dana Pierce, spokesperson for Cobb police.
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