UPDATE: Two men die after single car crash on Mooresville road

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LIMESTONE COUNTY, Al. – Alabama State Troopers are investigating an early morning single-vehicle crash that killed two.

The crash happened at 7:20 a.m. on Mooresville Road, near the intersection of Old Alabama Highway 20.  26-year-old Robert Johaun Funk was killed when the 1993 Honda Prelude he was driving struck a tree. Funk, who was not wearing a seat belt, was ejected from the vehicle and taken to the hospital where he later died.

A passenger, 25-year-old Stephen Scott McIntosh was also not wearing a seat belt, and pronounced dead at the scene.

ALEA is still investigating the circumstances of the crash, but say the preliminary investigating shows speed was a factor.

WHNT News 19 will update this story with more information. 


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