Five People Injured in Wreck on U.S. 31 in Alabama
AUTAUGA COUNTY, AL. – According to an online news story from wsfa.com, five people were injured in a multi-vehicle wreck on U.S. Highway 31 in Autauga County, Alabama. The victims’ current medical conditions are not known, and few details about the crash have been released at this time.*
Three vehicles collided on U.S. Highway 31 in Autauga County. Alabama Law Enforcement Agency spokesperson Cpl. Jess Thornton said the crash happened in the 2200 block of the highway. The makes and models of the three vehicles were not reported.
Officers did not identify a cause of the crash, nor did they report on any possible or suspected factors contributing to the crash. No details about the nature of the collision were reported. Injuries were reported to several people. Officials said a total of five people were injured, but they did not report whether all five required transportation away from the scene and to hospitals via emergency crews.
None of the people involved has been identified, and officials did not say whether one or more drivers might have been to blame for the crash. No information about citations or potential charges was reported. No photos from the scene were immediately provided. Traffic backed up in the area, and drivers were encouraged to use different routes to get to their destinations.
The Alabama Law Enforcement Agency is still investigating the wreck and has not yet reported additional information.
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