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|One-vehicle wreck claims life|
A Ferriday man died Thursday when his pickup truck left the road on E.E. Wallace, hit a stop sign going into Woodlawn, grazed a telephone box and slammed into a tree in front of Candles by Lola.
John Johnson, 62, died at the scene.
Johnson lived in an apartment on Lincoln Road in Ferriday.
Ferriday assistant police chief Johnny Evans said no other car was involved in the accident.
Evans said Johnson was stopped for weaving earlier this year and it was discovered he was a diabetic and his blood sugar was high.
Toxicology tests are also pending.
In an unrelated incident, Derrick Lloyd Seguin, 24, 102 Tanglewood Drive, Ferriday, was charged with reckless operation and third offense DWI after he hit three parked cars in Woodlawn Saturday morning.
Evans said witnesses reported Seguin driving his Ford F-150 at a high rate of speed when his car hit a car that was parked for a rummage sale on Tanglewood and then hit two other parked cars.
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