UPDATE: COVID-19 status report 7/01

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Updated 7/01 at 3 pm

ATLANTA – Georgia Department of Public Heath (DPH) reported at 3 p.m. Wednesday (July 1)  84,237 confirmed cases of COVID-19, 2,827 deaths  and 11,275 people have been hospitalized.

There were 851 confirmed cases in Foryth County, 143 in White County, 140 in Lumpkin County and 144 in Dawson County. The DPH is now reporting three coronavirus-related deaths in Lumpkin County, three in Dawson County, four in White County and 15 in Forsyth County.

The DPH updates statistics daily at 3 p.m.

 

Second COVID-19 related death reported in Dawson County

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DAWSON COUNTY, Ga. – At 7 p.m. today (April 10), the Georgia Department of Health (DPH) reported that a confirmed case of COVID-19 had claimed a second life in Dawson County. Fetch Your News does not have any additional details on the age, or gender of the deceased.

The DPH issues daily reports at noon and 7 p.m. This evening’s report indicates there have been 11,859 confirmed cases of COVID-19 in Georgia, 425 deaths and 2,454 people have been hospitalized with the disease.

Dawson County has had 25 confirmed cases, Lumpkin County 9 and White County 11. Neither Lumpkin nor White have reported any deaths.

Fetch Your News only reports on cases confirmed by the DPH. These reports may not reflect real-time spread as the laboratories processing COVID-19 tests are reportedly backlogged by several days. Fetch Your News is also reaching out to local sources to confirm positive cases.

 

Dawson County opens emergency shelter at Rock Creek Park

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Dawsonville, GA – Beginning at 8 p.m. on Sunday (April 12), Dawson County Fire & Emergency Services will open the emergency shelter at Rock Creek Park. Anyone seeking refuge will be required to wear a mask and maintain 6 feet of separation. Disinfectants will also be provided to keep citizens and the facility safe.

All guests will be asked the following questions:

  1. Have you or any member of your household been diagnosed with COVID-19?
  2. Have you or any member of your household had a fever of 100F or higher within the past 72 hours?
  3. Have you had close contact with anyone that has been diagnosed or suspected to have COVID-19?

If the answer to any of these questions is yes, then they will be provided alternate accommodations within the Rock Creek Park Recreation Center.

Citizens can sign up for Smart911 through the Dawson County Government website at https://www.dawsoncounty.org/emergency/page/emergency-notification. Smart911 is the emergency notification system that Dawson County Fire & Emergency Services uses to send alert messages that may include information on floods, fires, water emergencies, road closures, missing persons, evacuation orders, and weather emergencies.

Dawson County Fire & Emergency Services will monitor the weather throughout the evening. Once the line of storms has passed and when safe, they will assist citizens with returning to their homes.

Rock Creek Park is located at 445 Martin Road, Dawsonville, GA 30534.

 

Gainesville man killed in Dawson County crash

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DAWSON COUNTY, Ga. –A 31-year-old Gainesville man was killed Tuesday morning (Apr. 7) when his vehicle was struck by a Dodge Ram truck on Ga. Hwy. 53 east of Ga. Hwy. 183 around 9 a.m.

The Georgia State Patrol accident report stated James White, 41 of Dawsonville was traveling east on GA. 43 negotiation a curve to the right when his Dodge Ram crossed the centerline and struck the Ford Focus driven by Tyler Fried.

According to the report, White was not wearing his seatbelt at the time of the crash.

After impact, the Dodge Ram overturned onto its top. White was transported to an area hospital with visible injuries. Tyler Fried sustained fatal injuries from the crash. He was using his seatbelt at the time of the crash.

Charges currently are pending. The Georgia State Patrol Specialized Crash Reconstruction Team also responded to the crash scene.

 

 

Fetch Your News is a hyper local news outlet that covers Dawson, Lumpkin, White, Fannin, Gilmer, Pickens, Union, Towns and Murray counties as well as Cherokee County in N.C. FYN attracts 300,000+ page views per month, 3.5 million impressions per month and approximately 15,000 viewers per week on FYNTV.com and up to 60,000 Facebook page reach. If you would like to follow up-to-date local events in any of those counties, please visit us at FetchYourNews.com

 

 

 

First COVID-19-related death in Dawson County reported

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DAWSON COUNTY, Ga. – The Georgia Department of Public Health confirmed the first COVID-19-related death in Dawson County Monday evening. No other details are available at this time. The number of confirmed cases of the virus in Dawson County as of  7 p.m. Monday April 6 is 18.

Fetch Your News will have more details as they become available.

Confirmed COVID-19 cases now 3,817

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ATLANTA — The number of confirmed cases of COVID-19 rose sharply during the evening as the Georgia Department of Public Health reported 785 cases since 7 p.m. Monday (March 30). Tuesday’s noon report indicates there are 3,817 confirmed cases. 818 people have been hospitalized and 108 have died from the disease.

The number of confirmed cases in Dawson, White and Lumpkin counties also increased over night. Dawson County is now reporting 10 confirmed cases, Lumpkin County 8 and White County 3. But Dave Palmer, public information for the Department of Public Health North District 2, said no deaths have been reported in those counties.

DPH statistics indicate that approximately 21.4 percent of the patients with confirmed cases of COVID-19 required hospitalization and 2.83 percent resulted in death. The DPH advises that trouble breathing, persistent pain or pressure in the chest, new confusion or inability to arouse and bluish lips or face can be emergency signs of COVID. Should those signs appear, DPH recommend you seek medical attention immediately.

To protect yourself from the disease, the DPH recommends:

  • Wash your hands often with soap and water for at least 20 seconds especially after you have been in a public place, or after blowing your nose, coughing, or sneezing.
  • If soap and water are not readily available, use a hand sanitizer that contains at least 60% alcohol. Cover all surfaces of your hands and rub them together until they feel dry.
  • Avoid touching your eyes, nose, and mouth with unwashed hands.
  • Avoid close contact with people who are sick.
  • Put distance between yourself and other people if  COVID-19 is spreading in your community. This is especially important for people who are at higher risk of getting very sick.

Should you develop symptoms of the disease which include (but are not limited to) trouble breathing, persistent pain or pressure in the chest, new confusion or inability to arouse and bluish lips or face can be emergency signs of COVID, the DPH recommends getting medical attention immediately.

 

 

Fetch Your News is a hyper local news outlet that covers Dawson, Lumpkin, White, Fannin, Gilmer, Pickens, Union, Towns and Murray counties as well as Cherokee County in N.C. FYN attracts 300,000+ page views per month, 3.5 million impressions per month and approximately 15,000 viewers per week on FYNTV.com and up to 60,000 Facebook page reach. If you would like to follow up-to-date local events in any of those counties, please visit us at FetchYourNews.com

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Dawson County schools to remain closed through Spring Break

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DAWSON COUNTY, Ga. – The Dawson County Board of Commissioners announced today (March 23) that based on Gov. Brian Kemp’s ban on gatherings of 10 or more people through April 6, schools will remain closed to students through spring break. Meal delivery will continue

UPDATED First case of coronavirus reported in Dawson County

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DAWSON COUNTY, Ga. — The Georgia Department of Public Health (DPH) confirmed on Friday that Dawson County has recorded its first confirmed case of coronavirus (COVID-19).

DPH updates its list of confirmed cases of 2019 novel coronavirus at noon and 7 p.m. each day. Today’s noon update shows the number of cases in Georgia has grown by 100 percent to 420.

DPH officials also announced that 420 total cases of COVID-19 have been confirmed in Georgia and the state’s death toll has climbed to 13. They expect the number of cases will increase as more people are tested.

Nearby Cherokee has reported 13 cases of coronavirus. Hall County has had five confirmed cases and Forsyth 3.

 

Fetch Your News is a hyper local news outlet that covers Dawson, Lumpkin, White, Fannin, Gilmer, Pickens, Union, Towns and Murray counties as well as Cherokee County in N.C. FYN attracts 300,000+ page views per month, 3.5 million impressions per month and approximately 15,000 viewers per week on FYNTV.com and up to 60,000 Facebook page reach. If you would like to follow up-to-date local events in any of those counties, please visit us at FetchYourNews.com

 

UPDATED Closings and Cancellations due to Covid-19/Corna Virus 

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UPDATED 3/20

DAWSON COUNTY, Ga. — Stay up to date with closings and cancellations in Dawson County and keep visiting Fetch Your News daily to find out the latest closings and cancellations as they are announced.

GOVERNMENT

Georgia General Assembly suspended indefinitely.

Effective Wednesday, March 18th all offices of Ninth District Opportunity will close from March 18-26.

Georgia Presidential Primary election delayed until May 19.

All University System of Georgia institutions closed until Mar 29.

Georgia High School Athletic Association has suspended all extracurricular activities and sports.

Dawson County Schools will be closed from Mar. 16-31.

Dawson County Senior Services and Transit closed until further notice. Meals on Wheels will continue.

Dawson County Parks and Recreation activities are suspended until further notice.

Dawson County Planning and Development customers are encouraged to conduct business on-line.

Dawson County Tax Commissioner all customers are encouraged to conduct business on-line or by calling 706-344-3520.

Rock Creek Park both gyms are closed until further notice but park will maintain regular hours.

Veterans Memorial Park gym is closed until further notice but park will maintain regular hours.

Northeast Georgia Judicial District has limited all non-essential court matters until April 3.

Dawson County Magistrate Court is closed. Staff is available by phone or email. Call 706-344-3730.

Dawson County Superior Court has suspended all trials until April 3.

Board of Commissioners has canceled a joint meeting with the Long Range Planning Commission scheduled for March 25.

 

BUSINESSES

North Georgia Premium Outlets closed until March 29.

Chick-fil-A dining room is closed until further notice, but the drive-thru will be open.

Publix Super Markets will close at 8 p.m. nightly until further notice

Walmart 24-hour stores open 6 a.m. until 11 p.m. until further notice.

Dollar General strongly encourages shoppers to reserve the first hour of operation daily to seniors and those with underlying health concerns.

Target will reserve the first hour of shopping every Wednesday for the elderly and those with underlying health concerns.

EVENT CANCELLATIONS/POSTPONEMENTS

The multi-employer job fair scheduled for the Goodwill Career Center April 2, 2020 has been canceled.

Dawson County Chamber of Commerce Eggs and the Economy scheduled March 19 postponed.

Mountain Madness at Fausett Farms scheduled for Saturday Mar. 21 has been postponed until May 16.

Dawson County Chamber of Commerce Business After Hours scheduled Tuesday March 24 is cancelled.

Bowen Goes Platinum scheduled for Friday, March 27 is postponed.

 

 

Fetch Your News is a hyper local news outlet that covers Dawson, Lumpkin, White, Fannin, Gilmer, Pickens, Union, Towns and Murray counties as well as Cherokee County in N.C. FYN attracts 300,000+ page views per month, 3.5 million impressions per month and approximately 15,000 viewers per week on FYNTV.com and up to 60,000 Facebook page reach. If you would like to follow up-to-date local events in any of those counties, please visit us at FetchYourNews.com

 

 

 

 

UPDATED Closings and Cancellations due to Covid-19/Corna Virus 

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UPDATED 3/18

DAWSON COUNTY, Ga. — Stay up to date with closings and cancellations in Dawson County and keep visiting this article daily to find out the latest closings and cancellations as they are announced.

GOVERNMENT

Georgia General Assembly suspended indefinitely

Effective Wednesday, March 18th all offices of Ninth District Opportunity will close from March 18-26

Georgia Presidential Primary election delayed until May 19

All University System of Georgia institutions closed until Mar 29

Georgia High School Athletic Association has suspended all extracurricular activities and sports

Dawson County Schools will be closed from Mar. 16-31

Dawson County Senior Services and Transit closed until further notice. Meals on Wheels will continue.

Dawson County Parks and Recreation activities are suspended until further notice

Rock Creek Park both gyms are closed until further notice but park will maintain regular hours

Veterans Memorial Park gym is closed until further notice but park will maintain regular hours

Northeast Georgia Judicial District has limited all non-essential court matters until April 3

Dawson County Magistrate Court is closed. Staff is available by phone or email. Call 706-344-3730

Dawson County Superior Court has suspended all trials until April 3

Board of Commissioners has canceled a joint meeting with the Long Range Planning Commission scheduled for March 25.

BUSINESSES

Chick-fil-A dining room is closed until further notice, but the drive-thru will be open

Publix Super Markets will close at 8 p.m. nightly until further notice

Walmart 24-hour stores open 6 a.m. until 11 p.m. until further notice

Dollar General strongly encourages shoppers to reserve the first hour of operation daily to seniors and those with underlying health concerns.

Target will reserve the first hour of shopping every Wednesday for the elderly and those with underlying health concerns

EVENT CANCELLATIONS/POSTPONEMENTS

The multi-employer job fair scheduled for the Goodwill Career Center April 2, 2020 has been canceled.

Dawson County Chamber of Commerce Eggs and the Economy scheduled March 19 postponed

Mountain Madness at Fausett Farms scheduled for Saturday Mar. 21 has been postponed until May 16

Dawson County Chamber of Commerce Business After Hours scheduled Tuesday March 24 is cancelled

Bowen Goes Platinum scheduled for Friday, March 27 is postponed

 

 

 

Candidate qualifying ends for May 19 election

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DAWSON COUNTY, Ga. – Qualifying for the May 19 General Primary election ended today at noon. The following is a list of all who qualified.

COUNTY Qualifying

Board of Commissioners Chairman

Billy Thurmond (Incumbent – Republican)

Renee Duren (Republican)

County Commissioner District 2

Chris Gaines (Incumbent – Republican)

County Commissioner District 4

Emory Dooley (Republican)

David Pressley (Republican)

Sheriff

Jeff Johnson (Incumbent – Republican)

Marcus Sewell (Republican)

Jeff Perry (Republican)

Clerk of Superior Court

Justin Power (Incumbent – Republican)

Chief Magistrate Judge

Tony Tarnacki (Republican)

Probate Court Judge

Jennifer Burt (Incumbent – Republican)

Tax Commissioner

Nicole Stewart (Incumbent – Republican)

Board of Education District 1

Doris N. Cook (Incumbent – Republican)

Board of Education District 2

Elaine Wilson (Incumbent – Republican)

Board of Education District 4

Roger Slaton (Incumbent – Republican)

Surveyor

Donald Rex Jones (Incumbent -Republican)

STATE Qualifying

District 9 State Representative

Steve Liebel (Republican)

Doug Sherrill (Republican)

Clint Smith (Republican)

Tyler Tolin (Republican)

Zack Tumlin (Republican)

Will Wade (Republican)

Sharon Ravert (Democrat)

State Senator District 51

Steve Gooch (Incumbent – Republican)

June Krise (Democrat)

Public Service Commission District 4

Lauren “Bubba” McDonald, Jr. (Incumbent – Republican)

Nathan Wilson (Libertarian)

Daniel Blackman (Democrat)

John Noel (Democrat)

Judge of Superior Court Northeastern Circuit

Kathlene Gosselin (Incumbent – Non-partisan)

Judge of Superior Court Northeastern Circuit

Bonnie Chesser Oliver (Incumbent – Non-partisan)

Judge of Superior Court Northeastern Circuit

Clint Gary Bearden (Incumbent – Non-partisan)

FEDERAL Qualifying

Ninth District U.S. Congress

Michael Boggus (Republican)

Andrew Clyde (Republican)

Matt Gurtler (Republican)

Maria Strickland (Republican)

Kevin Tanner (Republican)

Ethan Underwood (Republican)

Devin Pandy (Democrat)

Paul Broun (Republican)

John Wilkinson (Republican)

Dan Wilson (Democrat)

Kellie Weeks (Republican)

Siskin (Democrat)

United States Senate – Perdue Seat

James Knox (Democrat)

Jon Ossoff (Democrat)

Teresa Pike Tomlinson (Democrat)

Tricia Carpenter McCracken (Democrat)

Sarah Riggs Amico (Democrat)

Shane Hazel (Libertarian)

Marc Keith DeJesus (Democrat)

Maya Dillard Smith (Democrat)

David Perdue (Incumbent – Republican)

United States Senate – Loeffler Seat (Special Election in November) 

Kelly Loeffler (Incumbent – Republican)

Doug Collins (Republican)

A. Wayne Johnson (Republican)

Kandiss Taylor (Republican)

Tamara Johnson-Shealey (Democrat)

Matt Lieberman (Democrat)

Joy Felicia Shade (Democrat)

Ed Tarver (Democrat)

Richard Dien Winfield (Democrat)

Al Bartell (Independent)

Allen Buckley (Independent)

Brian Slowinski (Libertarian)

Derrick E. Grayson (Republican)

Rod Mack (Write-In)

Annette Jackson (Republican)

Deborah Jackson (Democrat)

Jamesia James (Democrat)

Raphael Warnock (Democrat)

Michael Todd Green (Independent)

Valencia Stovall (Independent)

John “Green” Fortuin (Green)

The Presidential Preference Primary takes place on March 24, 2020, and early voting opened on March 2. The mandatory Saturday voting will be held on March 14.

Here’s a list of all the federal and state races that are qualifying in 2020. If needed, a General Primary run-off will take place on July 21, 2020.

 

Fetch Your News is a hyper local news outlet that covers Dawson, Lumpkin, White, Fannin, Gilmer, Pickens, Union, Towns and Murray counties as well as Cherokee County in N.C. FYN attracts 300,000+ page views per month, 3.5 million impressions per month and approximately 15,000 viewers per week on FYNTV.com and up to 60,000 Facebook page reach. If you would like to follow up-to-date local events in any of those counties, please visit us at FetchYourNews.com

 

 

UPDATE: Candidate qualifying Day 3

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DAWSON COUNTY, Ga. – The following is an update of the candidates that qualified to run in county, state and federal races through Wednesday:

COUNTY RACES

Board of Commissioners Chairman — Billy Thurmond (I), Renee Duren

County Commissioner District 2 – Chris Gaines (I)

County Commissioner District 4 Emory Dooley

Sheriff – Jeff Johnson (I), Marcus Sewell, Jeff Perry

Clerk of Superior Court – Justin Power (I)

Chief Magistrate Judge Tony Tarnacki

Probate Court Judge – Jennifer Burt (I)

Tax Commissioner – Nicole Stewart (I)

Board of Education District 2 Edward Wilson (I)

Board of Education District 4 Roger Slaton (I)

Surveyor Donald Rex Jones (I)

STATE RACES

State Rep. District 9 – Clint Smith, Will Wade, Doug Sherrill, Steven Leibel, Zack Tumlin

FEDERAL RACES                              

US Congress District 9 –Michael Boggus, Andrew Clyde, State Rep. Matt Gurtler (R-Tiger), Maria Strickland, State Rep. Kevin Tanner (R-Tiger), Ethan Underwood, John Wilkinson

Qualifying will continue through March 6 at noon. Continue to read fetchyournews.com for daily updates until qualifying ends.

 

 

Flash Flood Watch in effect in Dawson County

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The National Weather Service at Peachtree City has issued a flash flood watch until 1 p.m. today (Thurs., Feb.13)for the following counties: Dawson-Lumpkin-White-Dade-Walker-Catoosa-Whitfield-Murray-Fannin-Gilmer-Union-Towns-Chattooga-Gordon-Pickens-Dawson-Lumpkin-White-Floyd-Bartow-Cherokee-Polk-including the cities of Calhoun, Dahlonega, Cleveland, Rome, and Cartersville. The Flash Flood Watch continues for portions of north central Georgia…northeast Georgia and northwest Georgia…including the following areas…in north central Georgia…Cherokee…Dawson…Fannin…Gilmer… Lumpkin…Pickens and Union. In northeast Georgia…Towns and  White. In northwest Georgia…Bartow…Catoosa…Chattooga… Dade…Floyd…Gordon…Murray..Polk…Walker and Whitfield.

 

* A cold front will move southeast across the forecast area today.  This front will bring another round of locally heavy rainfall to   much of north Georgia. Rainfall amounts of one to two inches  will be possible, with locally higher amounts possible. Soils   remain saturated and several rivers, creeks and streams remain   near or in flood, so any additional rainfall will only create  run off and exacerbate ongoing flooding conditions.

 

* Flash flooding and minor to moderate flooding of larger creek  and rivers is expected. This will close some roads and could  flood homes and businesses in flood-prone areas. Along larger  creeks and rivers, flooding could last for several days.

PRECAUTIONARY/PREPAREDNESS ACTIONS…

A Flash Flood Watch means that conditions may develop that lead to flash flooding. Flash flooding is a very dangerous situation. You should monitor later forecasts and be prepared to take action should Flash Flood Warnings be issued.

 

Dawson County feels brunt of winter storm

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Dawsonville, Ga. – Dawson County has not been immune to the road problems plaguing our region as a winter weather storm moves through the area.

The Dawson County Sheriff’s Office (DCSO) released a statement to the public: “We ask that you PLEASE resist the urge to take a ride and see the roads. There are multiple accidents at multiple locations and we have all hands on deck trying to get everyone taken care of. PLEASE stay off the roads if at all possible.”

Dawson County Government Facebook page reiterated this message, “Please stay off the roads if you can. Authorities are responding to numerous accidents and other issues this morning in Dawson County related to the snowy weather.”

Many of the roads in the county have become impassable. Among these roads Hwy. 53 west of downtown Dawsonville and Gober Hill at Hwy. 53 are currently closed. The DCSO also notes that Hwy.53 and Hwy. 9 are impassable and Hot Pepper Place to 183 has multiple cars off the road.

Dawson County Fire and Emergency Services released that the Dawson County Public Works crews are out working county roads, however, road conditions have not improved since earlier today. GDOT is working on state roads/hwys.

GDOT is plowing Hwy. 53 from Hwy. 400 towards downtown Dawsonville.

Dawson County Fire and Emergency Services also wants the public to be aware that “if you see an abandoned car on the side of road with caution tape on the mirrors that vehicle has already been checked by Public Safety Personnel” and adds that they will continue to monitor the weather and road conditions and update. Again, they urge people not to drive until the snow passes.

The Dawson County Sheriff’s office would also like the public to know who to call if they are in need of assistance: “As always, call 911 for emergencies and 706-344-3636 for non-emergencies.”

FYN will continue to bring you weather updates throughout the day.

 

Featured Image courtesy of Dawson County Sheriff’s Office Facebook showing Hwy. 400 North

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Natalie Kissel

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UPDATE: Dawson County roads: Proceed with caution

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DAWSON COUNTY, Ga. –As of 10 a.m. on Thursday, Feb. 6, no roads in Dawson County have been closed due to flooding, however, there are several roads where motorists are advised to, PROCEED WITH EXTREME CAUTION AND CONTINUE TO DRIVE SLOW. TAKE YOUR TIME AND MAKE SURE YOUR LIGHTS ARE ON.

The following update of roads impacted by today’s rain was issued by Dawson CountyEmergency Services at 11:30 a.m:
⦁ Harry Sosebee
⦁ Hwy. 136/Gold Creek
⦁ * Amicalola Church
⦁ * 73 Flat Creek Drive (City and specific to cul de sac. There is flooding, but road is passable)****

Below roads/highways have been cleared and are passable, however, PROCEED WITH EXTREME CAUTION AND CONTINUE TO DRIVE SLOW, TAKE YOUR TIME AND MAKE SURE YOUR LIGHTS ARE ON.

(PW = Public Works, O/S = On Scene, ER = En Route)

• Hwy. 136/Gold Creek – GDOT O/S
• Jack Heard – City PW O/S
• Amicalola Church Road
• 73 Flat Creek Drive – PW O/S
• Hugh Stowers/Etowah River Bridge – PW O/S
• Harry Sosebee – PW O/S
• 62, 55 & 54 Pine Bridge Drive – 3 Structures Impacted
• Kilough Church Road – PW O/S
• Odum Chumley/Lumpkin Campground Road – PW O/S
• 1868 Thompson Road – PW ER

⦁ *Hugh Stowers & Etowah River Bridge

 

 

DAWSON COUNTY FIRE RULED ARSON

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ATLANTA – Fire Investigators with the Insurance and Safety Fire Commissioner’s Office have determined a fire
that occurred just after 12:00 P.M. Thursday, November 21, at a Dawson County home, was intentionally set.
“The arson occurred at 337 Tanner Road in Dawsonville, Georgia. The 1,620-square-foot, 29-year-old double-wide
mobile home suffered major damages,” said Safety Fire Commissioner John F. King. “The residence was vacant
and no power was connected to it at the time the fire occurred. It is believed the fire originated in the rear
bedroom.”
Safety Fire Commissioner John F. King is asking anyone with knowledge about this fire to call the Fire
Investigations Unit at 1‐800‐282‐5804. Rewards are offered of up to $10,000 for information that leads to the arrest
and conviction of the arsonist(s). Calls are taken 24 hours a day and callers can choose to remain anonymous.
The Dawson County Emergency Services and Dawson County Sheriff’s Office are assisting with this investigation.

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