Troopers identify Fayetteville woman killed in wreck

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Alabama State Troopers identify the woman killed in a wreck in Limestone County as 64-year-old Judith Bracewell of Fayetteville, Tennessee.

The wreck happened just before 6:30p.m. Wednesday. Troopers say Bracewell was driving on McKee Road, when she ran he stop sign at the intersection of Highway 251. A van traveling north on Highway 251 T-boned her car.

Bracewell was pronounced dead at the scene. Troopers say she was wearing her seatbelt.

The other people involved in the wreck are not seriously hurt.


  • Nuclear Mike

    Has everyone taken notice of the severe-lethal physical destruction done to the late model cars that have been stripped of “real Steel” of a gauge that offered more protection to the occupants in these T-bone collisions?

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