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October 24, 2014


Injuries minor in wreck on Bypass

A two-vehicle accident Thursday at Plant Road and the 275 Bypass totaled both vehicles and slowed traffic, but did not cause any serious injury. According to witnesses, a Lexus driven by Carlee Alexandria Yarnell, 20, of Childersburg, ran the stop sign and was hit by an 18-wheeler carrying corn. Yarnell was transported to the emergency room of Citizens Baptist Medical Center as a precaution, according to Talladega Police Captain Leon Thomas. The truck driver was not transported.

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