One woman is dead after a two-vehicle crash that occurred Wednesday morning in Fayette County.
According to a news release from the Alabama Law Enforcement Agency, Judy Halbrook was driving her 2005 Hyundai Sonata down AL-102 near the 4-mile marker, about 10 miles north of Fayette.
Halbrook, 79, was struck by Daniel Wilson, a 52-year-old Fayette man whose 2010 Dodge Ram crossed the highway's centerline into her name.
Halbrook was pronounced dead at the scene. She was a Bankston native.
The crash happened just after 10 a.m. Wednesday, Aug. 25. An investigation by the ALEA's Highway Patrol Division is underway.
No further information is available. Stay connected to The Tuscaloosa Thread for more details as they become available.
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