Demopolis, AL — A student from Demopolis High School was killed last Friday morning (May 10, 2013) after being involved in a fatal accident with an 18-wheeler truck. Police said that William Cody Webb, 16, was killed along U.S. Highway 43, just north of Demopolis.
According to their reports, Webb was driving a Toyota Tacoma along US-43 at the mile marker 140 when he was involved in an accident with an oncoming 18-wheeler. Webb’s car was believed to have slid into oncoming traffic due to wet roads. He was killed immediately. Police are still investigating the accident, but have not released any more information.
Approximate Location of the Accident
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