Victims in Geneva County fatal crash were Florida juveniles

Published: Mar. 23, 2021 at 12:40 PM CDT
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UPDATE March 24, 3:31 PM -- The Alabama Law Enforcement Agency said Wednesday that three people killed in a fiery crash Tuesday morning were all juveniles from Florida. Their names were not released.

Chipley High School says one of the young people was Kylee Duplesis, a student at the school in Washington County.

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According to other media reports the other victims were from Bonifay.

UPDATE: The Alabama State Troopers have released more information on the deadly wreck in Geneva County.

According to state troopers, the crash claimed three lives.

They say the crash was caused when a 2013 Nissan Altima failed to stop at the stop sign on Geneva County Road 4.

The passengers in the Nissan were pronounced dead at the scene but have not been identified at this time as the vehicle was fully engulfed in flames.

DOTHAN, Ala. (WTVY) - A deadly wreck Tuesday morning in Geneva County claimed at least one life.

News 4′s Maggie DesRosiers was on the scene a short time after it happened.

It happened at the intersection of County Road 4 and State Highway 103.

That’s south of Slocomb and north of Graceville near Fadette.

We are told a car ran a stop sign and ran under an 18-wheeler.

The car then caught fire.

At large amount of diesel fuel spilled in the roadway so acting Geneva County EMA Director – Sheriff Tony Helms was notified of the crash.

Fadette Fire and Rescue, Slocomb Fire Rescue, Geneva County Sheriff’s deputies, Slocomb Police and the Alabama Law Enforcement Agency were all on the scene assisting.

Survival Flight was called but was later canceled.

We hope to have more information from Alabama State Troopers, who are in charge of the investigation, later today.

Another deadly crash happened just miles north of this location weeks ago.

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