A two-vehicle wreck on Highway 43 left at least two injured, Northport police confirmed Monday afternoon.

Keith Carpenter, Assistant Chief of the Northport Police Department, told The Thread that officers were called to the scene at 2:40 p.m. He said the collision involved a van and a truck, but was not able to include any more details at this time.

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Townsquare Media Traffic Correspondent "Captain" Ray Allen called the wreck "serious" on his social media.

This comes just hours after a pedestrian who was struck by a car on McFarland Boulevard succumbed to his injuries Monday morning.

As of publishing, the southbound lanes of Highway 43 remain closed.

Carpenter could not confirm any fatalities or whether any individuals were transported to receive medical treatment.

This story is developing. Stay connected with The Tuscaloosa Thread for more information as it becomes available.

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