• September 14, 2023

Lesley V. Carlisle Killed, Rhianna M. Smith Injured in Three-Vehicle Accident on Highway 14 in Greene County, AL

Greene County, AL — September 7, 2023, Lesley V. Carlisle was killed, and Rhianna M. Smith was injured in a multi-vehicle around 1:30 p.m. accident on Hwy. 14 in Greene County.

According to authorities, Carlisle's Chevrolet 1500 was involved in a head-on collision with Smith's Chevrolet Silverado, and then it was reportedly rear-ended by an International tractor-trailer.

Lesley Carlisle was purportedly pronounced deceased at the accident scene. Smith was reportedly air-lifted to DCH Regional Medical Center with serious injuries.

Officials report the collision occurred on Highway 14 about 5 miles west of Eutaw, AL, but they have not released how the crash occurred or what direction the vehicles were traveling.

Lesley V. Carlisle Killed, Rhianna M. Smith Injured in Three-Vehicle Accident on Highway 14 in Greene County, AL

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