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Mother, child killed in Albertville crash

Jerica Clay and 10-month-old James Maynard (Source: Facebook) Jerica Clay and 10-month-old James Maynard (Source: Facebook)
Source: Sand Mountain Reporter Source: Sand Mountain Reporter
ALBERTVILLE, AL (WAFF) -

A mother and her 10-month-old child died in a two-vehicle wreck in Albertville Saturday afternoon.

Investigators said a Kia Forte with a young mother and her 10-month-old child collided head on with a Nissan Pathfinder where two adults and two children were riding around 1:00pm on Baltimore Avenue.

Two passengers in the vehicle were killed. Authorities identified them as Jerica Ashley Clay, 21 of Boaz, and her 10-month-old son, James Briar Maynard.

Albertville Police said Tyler Cochran along with his wife Brittney and daughter Caroline were sent to Huntsville Hospital.  Alexus Cochran was taken to Marshall Medical Center.

Alexus was treated and released.

The status of the remaining members of the Cochran family is unknown at this time.

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