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Vehicle missing after fatal crash in Cullman County

Believe vehicle type: Not the actually vehicle. (Source: Alabama Department of Public Safety) Believe vehicle type: Not the actually vehicle. (Source: Alabama Department of Public Safety)
Alabama State Troopers are asking for help in locating a vehicle that was involved in a fatal collision and left the scene of the crash on Aug. 3 at approximately 4:55 p.m.

The driver of the other vehicle, Ervin Lane, 72, was killed in the collision. 

Troopers believe the vehicle may be a 1999 or 2006 GMC or Chevy regular cab pickup, silver or pewter in color. 

The vehicle will have damage to the driver's side rear and may be in the Addison, AL., area (Winston County). 

If you or anyone you know has any information regarding this vehicle, please call the Decatur State Trooper Post at 256-353-0631, or contact your nearest State Trooper Post by dialing *HP (*47) on your cell phone.

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