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Tragic, Fatal Vehicle Accident Reported on Butler Road in Madison County, Alabama


July 17, 2019

MADISON COUNTY, AL. – According to an online news report posted at waaytv.com, a fatal vehicle accident was reported on Butler Road in Madison County, Alabama. The accident involved two vehicles and reportedly resulted in the tragic death of one person and injuries to two other people. Investigators are still reviewing the case to try to determine what happened.*

The accident occurred during the evening on Butler Road, about 10 miles outside of Huntsville, Alabama. The Alabama Law Enforcement Agency and WAAY report that a 1999 Nissan Maxima was traveling on the roadway and somehow ended up crashing into a 2002 Ford Mustang. It is not clear what direction the vehicles were traveling or how the crash happened.

The nature of the collision and the circumstances leading to the accident were not reported. Authorities responding to the scene did not immediately say what factors might have played a role in the wreck or whether one of the drivers was at fault for the accident. 

WAAY reports that a passenger in the Nissan was tragically killed in the crash. She was identified in the report as a 40-year-old woman from Tennessee. WAAY further reports that the driver of the Nissan Maxima and a second passenger in the Nissan Maxima were also injured in the crash and transported to local hospitals for treatment. They were not identified in the report, and it is not clear how seriously they were injured. 

The driver of the Ford, who was also not identified, was not injured in the crash, according to WAAY. The report did not say whether any passengers were in the Ford when the crash happened.

The Alabama Law Enforcement Agency is still in the process of investigating the wreck, and at the time of the WAAY news report’s posting online, no additional details had been released. 

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Source:https://www.waaytv.com/content/news/Tennessee-woman-dies-in-Madison-County-crash-512684681.html

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