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State troopers seek help finding truck involved in fatal crash

This is a sample photo of the truck that State Troopers believe left the scene of a deadly crash in Cullman County. Source: Alabama State Trooper This is a sample photo of the truck that State Troopers believe left the scene of a deadly crash in Cullman County. Source: Alabama State Trooper
This is a sample photo of the truck that State Troopers believe left the scene of a deadly crash in Cullman County. Source: Alabama State Troopers This is a sample photo of the truck that State Troopers believe left the scene of a deadly crash in Cullman County. Source: Alabama State Troopers
CULLMAN COUNTY, AL (WBRC) -

Alabama State Troopers are looking for a vehicle they suspect fled the scene of a deadly crash in Cullman County.

A two-vehicle collision occurred on August 3 at 4:55 p.m. on Alabama 157 at Cullman County 1242.

Troopers are looking for a 1999 to 2006 GMC or a Chevrolet regular cab pickup that is either pewter or silver in color.

The driver of the other vehicle involved, 72-year-old Ervin Lane, died in the wreck. Troopers believe the driver of the pickup truck drove away from the scene.

Troopers say the truck will likely be significantly damaged on the driver's side rear. It may be in Winston County in the Addison area.

Anyone with information about the truck is asked to call the nearest State Trooper Post by dialing *HP (*47) on a cell phone or call the Decatur State Trooper Post at 256-353-0631.

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