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Two drivers suffer critical injuries in south Forsyth wreck

SOUTH FORSYTH — Two drivers suffered life-threatening injuries after their vehicles collided Monday afternoon on McGinnis Ferry Road in extreme south Forsyth, authorities said.

According to Forsyth County Sheriff’s Cpl. Robin Regan, the T-bone collision occurred on McGinnis Ferry — the Forsyth-Fulton County line — at Kemp Road near Johns Creek Elementary School.

Regan said the two drivers are a 20-year-old woman from Florida and a Cumming man in his 40s.

She was reportedly traveling on McGinnis Ferry when her car struck his, which was turning from Kemp.

Both drivers were in critical condition when taken to North Fulton Hospital, though authorities believe life-saving efforts by the Forsyth County Fire Department and EMS personnel performed on the man allowed for his condition to be upgraded to stable at the hospital.

The drivers were each traveling alone, Regan said, and neither was wearing a seat belt.

The cause of the crash remains under investigation. No charges have been filed.