• May 12, 2017

Gary Todd Singleton Jr. Killed in Jefferson County, AL, Accident

Jefferson County, AL -- May 10, 2017, Gary Todd Singleton Jr. was killed following an accident in which his motorcycle crashed with a truck.

Jefferson County Sheriff's Department officials reported on the accident which occurred just before 7:00 a.m. near the intersection of Finley Boulevard and 5th Street.

According to investigating officials, 29-year-old Singleton and another motorcyclist were traveling along the roadway when a box truck reportedly turned into their path. As a result, Singleton could not stop in time, and he crashed into the back of the truck.

The crash inflicted critical injuries to Singleton, from which he was pronounced dead at the scene a few minutes later. No other injuries were reported.

Police did not report any charges or citations resulting from the accident. No further information is available.

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