Fatal Accident With Injuries on US Highway 280 in Smith Station, Alabama
SMITHS STATION, AL – According to an online news report at oanow.com, a woman from Smiths Station tragically died and her son remains in the hospital following a crash that occurred on United States Highway 280 over this past weekend.*
The deceased woman, aged 21, tragically died yesterday due to the injuries she sustained in a two-automobile crash, per the Lee County Coroner’s Office.
The child’s condition, age, and gender are unknown at this time. However, it appears that the child is expected to make a full recovery. The child was taken by medical helicopter to an Atlanta hospital for treatment.
The accident happened on United States Highway 280 eastbound in Smiths Station. The woman sustained serious internal injuries. She was pronounced dead at the hospital earlier this week, per the county coroner.
A preliminary investigation of the accident indicates that the woman pulled out in the path of an oncoming truck. As a result, her car was then hit on the side. The crash is being investigated by the Lee County Coroner’s Office and the Alabama State Patrol.
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