Update: Fatal Auburn wreck victim identified - WSFA.com Montgomery Alabama news.

Update: Fatal Auburn wreck victim identified

Posted by: Desmond Wingard - bio | email

AUBURN, AL (WSFA) - Auburn police are identifying the 52-year-old Auburn woman who was killed in a two vehicle crash Wednesday night.

Brenda G. Stanton died when a Ford Expedition collided with her Toyota Camry around 6:30 Wednesday night.

Investigators say the crash happened at the intersection of Alabama Highway 14 and Webster Road. Investigators say two other injuries were non life-threatening. 

As of 9:35pm on Wednesday, Alabama Highway 14 was reopened, however the intersection of Webster Road was closed due to damage at the railroad crossing there. 

The accident remains under investigation.

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