Kendrick Newsome Death – A three-vehicle collision that occurred on Tuesday morning in Tuscumbia claimed the life of a single person, who was identified as being a resident of Tuscumbia. Citing witness statements from the site, Chief Tony Logan of the city’s police department stated that 26-year-old Kendrick Newsome disregarded a stop sign that was located at the intersection of East Sixth and King streets. Newsome was involved in an accident that occurred as a result. According to the statements made by those witnesses, a Ford F-250 was the vehicle that collided with the Chevrolet Corsica that Newsome was driving.
Information from Logan
According to Logan, the accident sent the two vehicles careening into the eastbound lane of Sixth Street, where they were involved in a collision with a Dodge Ram 1500. At the site, Newsome’s death was confirmed by medical personnel. According to Logan, the driver and passengers of the two trucks suffered minor injuries, while the passenger in Logan’s vehicle sustained life-threatening injuries and was taken to Helen Keller Hospital for treatment. The collision took place at approximately 8:24 a.m. on Tuesday. Investigation into the collision is being conducted by the Tuscumbia Police Department, and the Alabama Law Enforcement Agency is providing assistance.
Related topic: 2 victims identified in deadly Tuscumbia shooting
It has been reported that a shooting in Tuscumbia resulted in the deaths of two persons and injured another other. It has been confirmed by Kerry Underwood, who is serving as mayor of Tuscumbia, that the shooting occurred close to the Willie Green Recreation Center. Chief Tony Logan with Tuscumbia police confirms that one man was found dead in the woods after police arrived on scene. Alontae Nalls, 19, from Tuscumbia was recognized as the perpetrator by members of his family. Among those injured, one was airlifted to Tupelo, Mississippi, while another was taken to UAB.
Both were taken to the hospital, where their conditions deteriorated rapidly. According to the chief of police in Tupelo, the person who was found in the city ultimately passed away. Gavin Cole was the name given to him by his family. He graduated from Sheffield High last year. The three people who were involved in the incident were reportedly traveling in a vehicle when bullets were fired. There is no search for another suspect. As a direct response to the incident, the local schools were placed in a lockdown status.
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