The single-vehicle accident happened around 4:30 p.m. Sunday on Boswell Road west of Phenix City. Jerry Wayne Baker II and Dakota James Lancour, both of Seale, died when the 1997 Chevrolet Camaro they were passengers in departed the roadway and they were ejected.
23-year-old Deante Rashad Maye died Saturday evening just outside of York, Alabama. Maye was traveling on Alabama Route 17 when his Ford Fusion went off the road and collided with a tree. The accident occured around 6:20 p.m. on October 18, 2014.
Latonya Denise Haley is charged with the death of Weixi Zhang. She was caught a month after the incident when an officer pulled her over for speeding and found she was intoxicated. She didn't have a license at the time because it was suspended for DUI. More information pending.
A Fort Payne patrol car was involved in a wreck on Highway 35 Wednesday night. It happened in Fort Payne at the intersection of Highway 35 and Airport Road. The officer sustained minor injuries. No charges have been made at this time. Alabama state troopers are investigating the scene.
Valerie Hawkins of Bessemer, AL was found dead at the scene of a single car accident Saturday night after her Dodge Caravan left the road and struck a tree near mile marker 66 on I-59 near Tuscaloosa, Alabama.
Valeria Hawkins was driving on I-20 with two passengers when her vehicle left the road and hit a tree. She died at the scene, and her passnegers were taken to a hospital in Tuscaloosa to be trated for their injuries. Troopers are as of yet unsure what caused the accident.
Austin Jones was riding in a car with three other people early Thursday morning when the vehicle overturned. Jones was not wearing a seatbelt and died at the scene. The other people were transported to a local hospital with non-life threatening injuries. More information pending.
Two Beulah High School teens and members of the football team were seriously injured in a car crash on Wednesday Oct. 8, on Lee Road 262 off Lee Road 276 in Beulah. We will update this story with more information as it becomes available.
Christopher Todd Wilkerson, of Eclectic, was fatally injured with his car left the roadway Elmore County Road 29, also known as East Cotton Road, and hit a tree. He was pronounced dead at the scence, and the crash remains under investigation.
A 78-year-old Charles O'Dell was leaving a retirement community when he pulled out in front of a school bus. The bus was being driven by the mayor of the town, Dennis Stripling. There were no children on the bus.
Jessica Renee Smith was a passenger in a car that rammed into the trailer of a tractor trailer after being hit from behind by another car. She sustained a severe head injury and was pronounced dead at the scene.
A fatal truck crash took place along Interstate 20/59 at about 1:00 p.m. on Monday. A dump truck flipped in the median near mile marker 73, near McFarland Boulevard in Tuscaloosa. The truck driver was killed in the accident. The victim's identity remains unknown at this time.
A 16-year-old boy from Mobile has been seriously injured following an early morning hit-and-run accident on Sunday around 1 a.m. in Auburn. A dark colored pick-up truck traveling in the 600 block of West Magnolia Avenue struck three teenagers walking along the roadway.
A police pursuit in Birmingham ended with a fiery crash early Sunday morning. The crash happened on the elevated portion of Interstate 20/59 about 7 AM. He crashed near the interchange of I 20/59 and I 65. Video was shot of police pulling a gun from the vehicle.
Stokes was driving a car that Roach and one other person were passengers in when he collided with a car driven by Crenshaw. All victims were taken to hospitals, though Roach died from his injuries at 8:00am Tuesday, October 14.
Little information has been released about the accident, but what is known is that James Robert Woodman was killed while walking on Alabama 217 three miles north of Semmes when he was hit by a truck. Officers are investigating what caused the accident. More information pending.