Pedestrian's legs amputated after being struck on Bradley Park Dr.; family speaks out

(Source: CPD)
(Source: CPD)

COLUMBUS, GA (WTVM) - Columbus police are investigating a car accident that injured two men on Feb. 10 around 1:32 a.m.

According to a police report, a driver traveling on Bradley Park Drive in the right lane, near the bowling alley, struck two pedestrians.

The pedestrians were trying to locate an item in the trunk of a broken-down vehicle when they were struck in the same right lane.

One of the pedestrians, JC Dozier, was pinned between the vehicles and sustained serious injuries that caused him to have a broken neck and both of his legs amputated, according to the family.

"We're trying to understand where is justice in this situation?" Where is the concern for the family or the concern for JC at that point, because this man never did a breathalyzer or anything," says Dozier's sister, Rhondalynn Traylor.

The second pedestrian, Tiler Richardson, had complaints of pain in his left leg and torso. They were both taken to Midtown Medical Center.

This is a developing story; check back for more updates.

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