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Today’s News Headlines from Alabama 810 News


  • Search continues for missing teen
  • Hundreds attend Veterans Day Ceremony
  • Three people killed in weekend accidents
  • Seat Belts

 

Search continues for missing teen

Monday marks one week since an east Alabama teenager disappeared. Seventeen year old Ben Stanford was last seen in Anniston last Monday. His vehicle was later found on Interstate 20 in Georgia. His grandfather, state senator Jim Preuitt, says his family is thankful for the support. A twenty-thousand dollar reward is being offered. The family has also placed a billboard along Red Mountain Expressway in Birmingham.

 

 

Hundreds attend Veterans Day Ceremony 

Several hundred people gathered in Centennial Memorial Park in Anniston Sunday morning for the areas annual veterans day observance.  Special honors were presented this year to Calhoun counties four remaining pear harbor survivors.
Special Veterans Day Observance Audio
 

 
  

 

Three people killed in weekend accidents 

At least three people were killed in area weekend accidents.  A Horton man died early Friday in a two-vehicle wreck on Alabama Highway 168 in Kilpatrick.  41 year old Jose Francisco, was driving a 1994 Chevrolet Lumina when the wreck happened about 3:40 a.m., five miles south of Crossville on Alabama Highway 168, Francisco was pronounced dead at the scene.  39 year old Darron D. Hamilton, of Gaylesville, was driving a 2007 Kenworth. He was not injured. A 23 year old Hokes Bluff man was killed in a one vehicle accident Friday night in Etowah County.  According to troopers with the Jacksonville Trooper Post Casey Lynn Murphy was driving a 1995 GMC Pickup on Tumbling Gap Road 2 miles north of Altoona when the accident occurred just before 9 Friday night.  An accident Saturday afternoon in Talladega County claimed the life of an Alpine man.  State Troopers say that 65 year old Billy James Herring died in the one car accident 9 miles south of Talladega on the Gilberts Ferry Road.  Troopers said that Herring was driving a 1995 Dodge Neon.  All three accidents remain under investigation by state troopers.

 

 

Seat Belts 

According to new research, many drivers and passengers in Alabama are still not wearing their seatbelt. The Alabama Department of Public Safety says sixty percent of crash victims last year were not buckled in. This is causing many state lawmakers to consider tougher laws on wearing seat belts. Twelve measures are expected to be introduced in the next legislative session. One of them increases the penalty for not wearing your seat belt from twenty-five to fifty dollars.
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