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14 people involved in 11-vehicle Queen City Parkway wreck
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A crash involving 11 vehicles, including a tractor-trailer, blocked Queen City Parkway for hours Monday morning, Nov. 13, 2017. A Cumming woman died in the crash. - photo by Scott Rogers

Gainesville Police released the 14 names of those involved in the 11-vehicle wreck that included a tractor-trailer Monday morning on Queen City Parkway.

Those involved included: Anthony Teague, 41, of McDonough; Nicole Rocafort, 24, of Cumming; Lynn Jones, 44, of Buford; John Jones, 39, of Lawrenceville; Christopher Cargile, 36, of Auburn; Kenneth Perry, 72, of Covington; Karen Alvarez Valdez, 18, of Gainesville; Elisabeth Bailey, 45, of Buford; Gladys Kell, 66, of Buford; Wayne Jones, 47, of Buford; William Davidson, 24, of Gainesville; and Michael Stream, 29, of Flowery Branch.

Police did not provide a city residence for Sera Alvarez, 14, and Owen Galindo, 15.

Hospital officials said Tuesday night that Teague, Galindo, Lynn Jones, Perry, Bailey, Davidson and Stream were all treated and released. There were no records for Alvarez, John Jones, Cargile, Valdez, Kell and Wayne Jones.

No information was available for Rocafort.

Police on Tuesday didn’t release information on what caused the wreck or who was in which vehicles. The crash report was not complete as of Tuesday night.

At least one person was seriously injured after an early Monday crash involving 11 vehicles — several mangled beyond recognition — on Queen City Parkway at West Ridge Road in Gainesville, police said.

Lynn Jones is the community and communications coordinator for Gainesville City Schools, and Wayne Jones is the Gainesville High track and field director. Gainesville High football coach Bruce Miller said Tuesday the two were unharmed.

Authorities worked throughout Monday piecing together details of the crash, releasing little information. Much of the work involved cleaning up the wreck site, with the busy Queen City intersection closed until the early afternoon.

Several agencies responded, including the Gainesville Fire Department, Georgia Department of Public Safety and Georgia Department of Transportation.