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Driver in pedestrian-involved crash arrested
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Savannah Police’s Traffic Investigation Unit arrested a 59-year-old driver after a crash that injured three pedestrians on Jan. 2.

"According to a preliminary investigation, George Davis was driving a Jaguar XK8 on Drayton Street around 2:20 p.m. when he turned left on Taylor Street. The vehicle left the roadway and struck a residence at the intersection. There was no major structural damage to the residence," police report.

"The driver then drove on Taylor Street and attempted to turn north on Bull Street, striking two pedestrians, Phill and Kelly Gangi, ages 47 and 42, of New York, who were in the crosswalk. The vehicle then struck a parked SUV. The impact resulted in Krystal Monyon, 24, of Savannah, who was standing behind the SUV, to be struck by the SUV. All three pedestrians were transported to a hospital for treatment," police report.

Davis was arrested on charges of driving under the influence and other traffic-related charges.

The crash remains under investigation.