FORT MORGAN, Ala. (AP) - Authorities have identified a man who
died after he drove his SUV off a ferry dock as a Mobile County
middle school teacher.
Baldwin County sheriff's Maj. Anthony Lowery told the Mobile
Register that 34-year-old Louie Carvin Jr. was found early Sunday
morning in his partially submerged Saturn Vue after ferry passengers noticed the car in the water.
Lowery said there were no indications of foul play or suicide at the scene, and there was no sign that Carvin tried to brake before his car rolled into the water.
School districts officials say Carvin was a language arts teacher at Grand Bay Middle School. He had been with the system since 2003.
Lowery said officials are trying to retrace Carvin's activities
leading up to his death.
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