A man was struck by three vehicles Friday night near the intersection of North St. Augustine Road at River Street.
No confirmation on the man's condition was available at press time.
Valdosta police, who were still working to determine the man's identity at 11:15 p.m., said the victim was in "pretty bad shape."
The man stepped in front of a southbound Chevrolet S-10 Blazer on St. Augustine Road, said Valdosta police Sgt. Earl Durrance.
The victim was then run over by a Dodge Dakota, followed by a Crown Victoria.
No arrests had been made at presstime, Durrance reported.
The police sergeant said blood will be drawn from the three drivers as required by state law, then tested by the Georgia Bureau of Investigations lab.
Onlookers stood by at a nearby convenience store Friday evening, watching officers direct traffic and process the wreck scene.
At one point, a Valdosta officer directing traffic was almost clipped by a vehicle heading north away from the scene.
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