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November 24, 6:44 a.m.

Alabama Fatal Accidents

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Fatal accidents claimed at least four lives statewide this weekend. Three of the victims were from our area.

A 56 year old Prattville man was killed on Sunday. State troopers say Sandy Bair died around 4:45 Sunday morning when his car ran off of Interstate 65 and flipped over in Lowndes County outside of Letohatchee. Troopers say he was wearing a seat belt.

29 year old Robert Davis, III, of Montgomery, died in Macon County when the vehicle he was riding in ran off I-85 and overturned just after 3:00 Sunday morning. Troopers say Davis and two others who survived the crash were thrown from the car.

In east Alabama, 41 year old Gary Garner of Phenix City, was killed on Saturday night when the vehicle he was driving ran off  Woodland Drive in a curve. Troopers don't know if he was wearing a seat belt.

There was also a fatal wreck in Mobile County involving a 16 year old driver.

Produced by Vanessa Staples 

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