An Alabama man died last week in a multi-vehicle crash on Highway 69 outside Moundville, State Troopers report.

Corporal Reginal King, a spokesperson for the Troopers in West Alabama, said 24-year-old Ja'Quan D. Brooks was driving a 1998 Honda Accord when he left the roadway last Friday night, January 12th.

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King said Brooks re-entered the roadway and struck a second vehicle, another Honda Accord being driven by a Sawyerville man. Brooks' vehicle then hit a tractor-trailer being operated by a man from Marion Junction.

King said Brooks was not wearing a seat belt and he was pronounced dead at the scene of the accident.

 The accident happened last week on Alabama Highway 69 near Mile Marker 124, King said, about six miles south of Moundville in Hale County.

Nothing further is available as Troopers with the Alabama Law Enforcement Agency’s Highway Patrol Division continue to investigate.

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