Ga. firefighter, paramedic killed in head-on collision
Part-time firefighter Andrew Harris and paramedic Dwayne Adams both died after colliding into each other
By Laura Corley
The Macon Telegraph
EATONTON, Ga. — A paramedic and a firefighter died in a head-on crash in Eatonton early Monday morning.
Dwayne Adams, of Monroe, and Andrew Harris, of Eatonton, died at the scene of the wreck in the 700 block of U.S. 441 about 6 a.m., Putnam County Coroner Gary P. McElhenney said.
Adams, 51, was at the wheel of a passenger car, headed south to work as a paramedic at Heartland EMS in Dublin. Harris, a 58-year-old part-time firefighter who also works part time for a funeral home, was at the wheel of a hearse.
“One vehicle crossed the line and hit the other head-on,” McElhenney said.