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UPDATE: Gwinnett officer charged with vehicular homicide after crash victim dies
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Update, Sept. 13: A Gwinnett County Police officer faces charges of second-degree vehicular homicide and following too closely after a man died from his injuries sustained in a wreck Friday, Sept. 9, on McEver Road in Hall County, according to authorities.

Georgia State Patrol said the warrants were issued for Michael Brady, 49. Gwinnett County Police said Brady holds the rank of master police officer and was hired in 2006, but there was no information available on any internal investigations related to the wreck.

The front of the patrol car struck the rear of the moped driven by Dwayne Claffey, 34, of Oakwood. 

Hall County Coroner Marion Merck did not respond to an inquiry about the wreck.

A Gwinnett County Police officer driving to work told authorities he was looking at his in-car computer Friday, Sept. 9, before hitting the back of a moped on McEver Road, according to Georgia State Patrol. 

The moped’s driver suffered serious injuries.

State patrol responded to a wreck around 5:44 a.m. Friday on McEver Road at J White Road in Hall County. The agency has not released the identities of those involved in the wreck.

A Gwinnett County patrol car struck the back of a moped while the two were traveling south on McEver Road.

Gwinnett County Police said the officer was not injured after the crash.

No further information was released.

The road was closed until roughly 8:30 a.m.