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Today’s News Headlines from Alabama 810 News

  • Three killed in weekend accidents
  • Sunday storms cause damage and traffic delays
  • Talladega mill closes
  • July 4th Traffic


Three killed in weekend accidents 

A 42 year old Jacksonville man was killed Sunday morning when he lost control of his 2005 Yamaha Motorcycle and struck a guard rail on Alabama highway 281 in Cleburne county some two miles north of the Cheaha State Park.  Troopers reported that Walter Scott Luttrell apparently lost control of his bike and it overturned before striking the guard rail.  Two people were killed in separate area accident Friday.  20 year old Tyler Smith of Oxford was killed Friday morning in a one vehicle accident on County road 24 some 5 miles east of oxford when his 2003 Jeep Cherokee ran off the road and struck a tree.  A one vehicle accident on McCaig Road between Alabama 77 and Talladega County 207 in Lincoln Friday evening claimed the life of the 17-year-old driver and the 8-month-old fetus she was carrying.  A 20-year-old male passenger in the vehicle was transported to St. Clair Regional Medical Center by Lincoln Fire and Rescue personnel.  The accident occurred shortly after 5 Friday afternoon, when the driver of the 1992 Nissan Sentra apparently left the road , then over corrected and ran into a ditch. The driver was ejected from the vehicle, which then rolled several times. The driver was a resident of Golden Springs, but no further information on her  or the passenger was available from Lincoln police.  



Sunday storms cause damage and traffic delays 

A strong thunderstorm late Sunday afternoon brought some badly needed rain to  Calhoun and nearby counties, but the storm also brought destruction,  burning down a home in Saks  blew down trees causing a three mile backup along Interstate 20.

Lightening struck a home in the Indian Oaks area causing a fire in the attic which spread rapidly before Anniston fire units arrived. According to Alabama Power spokesman Buddy Eiland, About 1,800 customers in the Anniston, Oxford, Jacksonville, and Heflin areas reportedly were without power because of the storm, Eiland expected all the power to be restored by Monday morning. Forecasters with the National Weather Service say we can expect Similar conditions today, with scattered thunderstorms likely to develop after 1 p.m. this afternoon.  


Talladega mill closes 

Another Alabama plant is officially closing its doors after more than 60 years of service.   Wehadkee Yarn Mill in Talladega is closing is yarn processing and dyeing operations.  CEO Bruce Lanier said the plant's shutdown is due to increased overseas competition and a continuing decline in demand for yarn from domestic customers.  Nearly 90 employees have been left without jobs. 


July 4th traffic 

Alabama Public Safety Director Colonel Christopher Murphy says extra troopers will be on the highways during the Fourth holiday, focusing on speeders, drunk drivers and seatbelts use.   Officials estimate that seven people will die in traffic crashes
during the state's 30-hour holiday period that begins at 6 p.m.
Tuesday and ends at midnight Wednesday.   Clay Ingram, a spokesman for AAA in Alabama, expects higher  traffic volume since the Fourth is in the middle of the week.  As a result, he said a lot of travelers will be spending this entire week on a holiday trip.

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