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Three-vehicle accident in Mobile results in death of two teens

SOURCE: MGN Online SOURCE: MGN Online

Alabama State Troopers say a three-vehicle crash in Mobile County has claimed the life of three people, including two teens.

Officials say on Saturday, February 15 around 11:05 p.m., 69-year-old Robert Harvey Albritton of Wilmer, was killed when the 1997 Chevrolet GMT 400 he was driving collided with a 2002 Toyota Tundra on U.S. 98, 4 miles west of Semmes.

The driver of the Toyota Tundra, 17-year-old Brady Noah Hoffman was also killed during this accident as well as a passenger in Albritton's car, 15-year-old Brandon Albritton. Wilmer was pronounced dead at the scene.

A second passenger in Albritton's car, 16-year-old Brianna Albritton was ejected and taken to a local hospital for her injuries. The driver of the third vehicle, a 2001 Ford Focus, was not injured.

No additional information is known at this time as Troopers continue to investigate.

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