Two men were involved in a fatal crash on Interstate 65 near Clanton, Alabama. Vance Knight, 26, was killed. Maurice Saunders, 24, sustained critical injuries. Police said the men were apparently driving back to Louisville. The cause of the crash is under investigation.
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On Sunday afternoon, 20-year-old Valley resident Jacob Craft was driving a Ford Bronco when the SUV left the road and struck a culvert and then a tree. Passenger Brian Keith Lee, 21, of Cusseta, was not wearing a seat belt and was thrown from the vehicle, killing him.
On Sunday evening, James Eugene McDaniel Jr. was riding a 2004 Kawasaki motorcycle on Bluff Springs Road west of Ashland when his motorcycle left the road and struck a guardrail. The motorcyclist died at the scene.
Lafforest Mantrell Thomas, 35, died Sunday evening when the 2012 Infiniti he was driving struck an embankment and overturned on Alabama 165 near mile marker 26. Thomas was not wearing a seat belt and was ejected from his vehicle. He died at the scene.
Motorcycle driven by 45-year-old Robby Eugene Davidson crashed into a Dodge Neon on Alabama 19 at the 27-mile marker inside the Vina city limits just before 5 p.m.
A Florence man, 45-year-old Charles Evans Baskins was killed Thursday around 1:30 p.m. following a single-vehicle crash.
Witnesses claim they saw 24-year-old Tyce Shelby Taylor lying on the train tracks near Venson Street on Friday afternoon when a train struck and killed him. No other information is currently available; check back for udpates.
Last Thursday, 45-year-old Charles Evans Baskins died when the 2005 Chevrolet Silverado he was driving left the roadway and struck an embankment. Baskins was airlifted to Huntsville Hospital where he died later than night.
Two cars collided head-on just south of Beauregard High School on Highway 51, sending five people to the hospital. The extent of their injuries is currently unknown. Four were taken to East Alabama Medical Center, and one was airlifted to Midtown Medical Center. Check back for more details.
According to sheriff's deputies, a 55-year-old man died when his motorcycle crashed at around 6:17 a.m. Wednesday morning. The accident happened on Sardis road near Hidden Creek Drive near Warrior. The man, from Warrior, was pronounced dead at the scene.
Tyler Lee Mitchum was driving on Geneva County Road 4 in the area of Goathill Road when for uknown reasons his vehicle left the road and hit a tree. He was pronounced dead at the scene. The acciden is still under investigation.
Michael Shane Penrod was headed home from work on Alabama 77 around 6:11 a.m. when he drifted across the center line and struck the wheels of an 18-wheeler. The accident took his life. Few details are available at the moment; check back for updates.
Jacob Andrew Forrest was driving on Hodgesville road around 2 a.m. when his vehicle ran off the road and overturned. Forrest was not wearing his seat belt at the time. He was thrown from the vehicle and sustained fatal injuries.
Edward Orville Harrison was driving on Henry County 65 about 5 miles south of Abbeville when his car collided with another vehicle driven by Oscar Blair of Ashford. Harrison was transported to Southeast Alabama Medical Center where he passed away soon after.
Prichard Police are seeking help from the public to find the driver in a fatal hit-and-run crash. Darnell Oshea Powe of Whistler was walking on Wolf Ridge Road when he was hit and killed Friday evening before 9:30 p.m.
Edward Morrison was driving a truck on Talucah Road around 2:30 p.m. when for unknown reasons he lost control of his vehicle and it crashed. The accident took place two miles east of Valehermoso. Morrison was wearing his seat belt at the time of the accident.
A 9-year-old boy was playing on the train tracks near Country Road 63 when he was struck by a train. The train conductor was unable to stop the train in time, and the boy was pronounced dead at the scene. The accident occured sometime between 8:30 and 9 a.m.
It was about 1:30 p.m. when the driver of an SUV on Winchester Road lost control for unknown reasons and crashed the vehicle.
Timothy Shane Green was driving on County Road 19 around 2:45 p.m. when his truck left the roadway and struck a tree. He sustained fatal injuries. There were no passengers in the vehicle. The accident is still under investigation.
Eduardo Nolasco-Cordova was standing next to his vehicle, which had a flat tire, on the shoulder of Interstate 59 when he was struck and killed by a 1993 Toyota Tacoma. The driver was identified as Jimmie Wayne Duncan, 63, of Attalla.
Travin Dixon, 15, died when the vehicle he was a passenger in crashed in the northbound lanes of Interstate 85. Dixon was pronounced deceased at the crash site. The driver and two other passengers were transported to local hospitals.
On Monday afternoon on Interstate 59 northbound, 24 vehicles were involved in a pileup that closed the road for several hours. Of the vehicles involved 20 were passenger cars, 3 were tractor trailers, and 1 was a truck pulling an RV.
Emergency responders lifted an 18-wheeler that collapsed onto a SUV after a crash Sunday around 6p.m.. The accident happened in Albertville, the truck and SUV collided by a gas station on northbound Highway 75 close to Martling Road. The driver of the truck and a passenger in
William Wade was riding in a bass boat on Lake Martin when he fell into the water and was struck by the boat's propeller. He was the sole occupant of the boat and was in "the narrows" part of Lake Martin, in the Coosa Couty side.
William Wade, 15, of Birmingham, was transported by air to Children's of Alabama on Sunday after being injured in a boating accident on Lake Martin. Wade was on a bass boat alone when he fell overboard and was injured by the propeller.