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Barbara Stokes Ray, 66, killed, when her car left the U.S. 29 roadway in Lee County and overturned.
Modified Date:Sun, 09/28/2014 - 7:23am
Accident Date:Wednesday, February 19, 2014
An Opelika woman was killed in a single-vehicle crash Thursday afternoon in Lee County. Alabama State Troopers identified the woman as Barbara Stokes Ray, 66. The accident happened around 1:30. A preliminary investigation into the crash shows Ray was fatally injured when the 1995 Ford truck she was driving left the roadway and overturned. The crash occurred on U.S. 29 three miles north of Opelika. The investigation continues.
Barbara Stokes Ray
County:Lee County, GA