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Troopers ask for tips in deadly Cullman Co. hit and run

Troopers say this is an example of what the truck looks like. Source: Alabama State Troopers Troopers say this is an example of what the truck looks like. Source: Alabama State Troopers
CULLMAN COUNTY, AL (WBRC) -

Alabama State Troopers need your help to solve a deadly hit and run in Cullman County.

Seventy-two-year-old Ervin Lane was killed on August 3 in a two-vehicle accident on State Highway 157. One driver left the scene.

Troopers believe the vehicle may be a 1999 or 2006 GMC or Chevy regular cab pickup, silver or pewter in color.

The vehicle will have damage to the driver's side rear area and may be in the area of Addison, Alabama.

If you have any information, please call the Decatur State Trooper Post at 256-353-0631 or *47.

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