Two people were killed and another was injured in a head-on collission in Hale County early Sunday morning. (Source: WSFA 12 News)
Two people were killed and another was injured in a head-on collision in Hale County early Sunday morning. Sunday on Highway 69 just south of the Havana Community in Hale County, according to the Alabama Law Enforcement Agency. A Troy University spokesperson confirmed one of the victims, Kenneth Dwayne Collins Jr., was a junior design technology major at the university.
A passenger in the Ford, Frankelle Tuihtre Hampton, 20, of Uniontown was pronounced dead on the scene. Collins, of Faunsdale, was injured when the Ford Fusion he was driving collided head on with a Chrysler 300 driven by Eureka Edwards Ford, 39, of Newbern.