Two Killed in Semi-Truck Collision in Tuscaloosa, Alabama
TUSCALOOSA, AL. – According to an online news story published at wbrc.com, two people were killed January 29 in a semi-truck collision in Tuscaloosa, Alabama. The victims have not been identified, and little information about the circumstances of the crash has been reported at this time.*
The accident happened in the late evening on January 29 on Jack Warner Parkway in Tuscaloosa. At about 9 p.m., a Toyota 4Runner was traveling east on Jack Warner Parkway. At the intersection with Bryant Bridge, a semi-truck crashed into the Toyota.
It is not clear at this time how the accident happened. The Tuscaloosa Police Department responded to the scene, and officers did not provide information about the cause of the crash or any circumstances that might have influenced the crash, like failing to obey a traffic sign or signal. It is not clear if the driver of the semi-truck or the driver of the Toyota was at fault in the collision.
Two people were inside the Toyota at the time, and both were fatally injured. Officials pronounced both dead at the scene of the wreck. Their names, ages, and cities of residence have not been reported at this time.
It is not clear if the driver of the semi-truck was injured. This driver has not been identified, and reports did not name the carrier that owned the truck or employed the driver.
The Accident Reconstruction Unit of the Tuscaloosa Police Department is still investigating the accident, and officers have not released additional information to the media at this time.
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