A female pedestrian, walking north on 2400 Block of Lafayette Parkway, died at the scene after she was struck by a 1997 Ford Explorer traveling in the same direction. The accident happened at 7:48 p.m. on February 23.
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Police believe Williams was attempting to cross Highway 280 near the Summit at about 7:00pm, when she was struck by a car. Williams was pronounced dead shortly after being brought to the hospital.
According to Montgomery police, an SUV crashed through the wall of an apartment at the Plaza at Centennial Hill Apartments, located on Centennial Way. The child, whose age and name are not known, was airlifted to Children's Hospital in Birmingham.
Well-known East Alabama musician Edwin "Peck" Rowell was killed on Wednesday when a Volkswagen Jetta driven by an 18-year-old Auburn man crossed the center line and struck the Ford Ranger Rowell was riding in head on near the intersection of Richland Road on Shug Jordan Parkway in Lee Count
Around 10 p.m. Tuesday, a man was walking on Alabama 157 near the County Line Road intersection in Colbert County when he was struck by a southbound pickup truck. The victim, who was reportedly from Leighton, was transported to Hellen Keller Hospital, where he later died.
Montgomery authorities are investigating a single-vehicle car crash on Sunday at around 1:41 a.m. on the Southern Boulevard, and involved a 2007 Chevrolet Cobalt. The driver of the car, Crystique Robertson, 22, of Eclectic, was pronounced deceased at the crash site.
Alabama Law Enforcement Agency State Troopers say that Peter Little of Epes was driving a non-authorized mini-bike on U.S. Highway 80 about seven miles west of Demopolis when he was struck and killed by a 2002 GMC Sierra pickup. The truck driver was not injured.
An Alabama woman was killed when her vehicle exited a highway and ended up rolling over in a ravine. Renee Debardelaben, 47, of Sylacauga, crashed at approximately 6 p.m. Sunday on U.S. 231 just south of Stewartville.
A fiery crash killed one person Saturday morning, however Robertsdale, Alabama police say bystanders gave the deceased his best chance of living by cutting him out of a burning vehicle. The accident occured at approximately 11 a.m. on Baldwin Beach Express northbound just south of Highway 90.
A pedestrian vs. tractor-trailer crash occurred at 4:50 a.m. on U.S. 98 west of Mobile. Wilbert Lee Moffett, 52, died when he was hit by a 2009 Kenworth driven by Lindsey Craig Stockdale, 67, of Mobile. Moffett was pronounced deceased at the crash site.
On January 27 at around 5:00 p.m., a crash at Gulf Dale Circle involving a Honda Rancher 420 all-terrain vehicle killed the driver, Sherrod Antonio Barnes, 29, of Mobile, who lost control of the ATV which left the road and collided with a fence.
A Loxley police officer was killed Monday in a single-vehicle crash in Stapleton. Sgt. Charles "Kerry" Mitchum, 57, of Loxley was traveling on Oak Lane at about 3 p.m. when the crash happened.
An 18-wheeler crash shut down I-20/59 near Tuscaloosa for hours late Sunday night through Monday morning after a tractor trailer went off I-20/59 northbound near exit 79. The vehicle crashed into a ditch and struck a tree around 10:15 p.m. on Sunday.
A one-car accident Saturday killed a teen couple and injured two other people at around 10 a.m. Allison B. McKinley, 17, sustained critical injuries when the 2013 Nissan Maxima she was riding in veered off the roadway, and hit a utility sign and then a utility pole. The accident happened on U.S.
Authorities have confirmed that a two-vehicle accident in Chilton County Saturday claimed five lives.
Alabama Law Enforcement State Troopers report that Matthew Blake McNiel of Pansey was driving a pickup on U.S. 84 two miles east of Ashford when the vehicle left the road and struck a tree. McNiel was not wearing a seat belt and was pronounced dead on the scene.
Just after midnight Thursday, Mobile Police responded to Washington Avenue at Tennessee Street for a report of a car accident.
Jeffrey Dewayne Faulk, 34, was killed when the 1992 GMC Rally he was riding in drove off of road and struck a tree. Jeffrey was not wearing a seat belt and was found dead at the site of the accident.
Shortly after 3:00pm, a car containing two people veered off of Highway 10 and crashed into some construction equipment before catching on fire. The fire trapped the victims inside and they were both killed and severely burned, making identification difficult.
Spencer Coleman, Jr. of Wetumpka was killed when the 2003 Chevrolet Tahoe he was driving went off the roadway on Alabama 110 about two miles west of Fitzpatrick and struck a tree.
Alabama Law Enforcement authorities are investigating a single-vehicle accident that killed a Montgomery man early Sunday at 6:13 a.m. near Union Springs in Bullock County.
An accident involving three vehicles occurred 6:30 a.m. on Stockton causeway on Highway 431 left one person dead and one person was injured.
On U.S. 72 four miles west of Athens in Limestone County Wedesday night, Tammy Berzett Barnes of Athens was killed when the 2002 Chevrolet she was driving left the roadway and overturned after being struck by a 2005 Ford driven by an Elkmont teen.
Dale County High School band director Sean Miller, 24, was killed in a morning collision. The two-vehicle crash occurred at approximatley 7:10 Wednesday morning on U.S.
Bettie Sue Hester Martin of Tuscumbia died when the 2004 Ford Taurus she was driving collided head-on with a 2003 Chevrolet Silverado on Alabama 184 at mile marker three. Martin was pronounced dead at the scene of the accident, which happened at 6:50 p.m.