That's a crane trying to stabilize and eventually right an overturned tanker truck in Albertville.
It crashed yesterday afternoon on Highway 431, about a mile north of Gilbert-Baugh Ford. Crews have been working overnight to clean up the spilled gasoline. The driver's now in the hospital. Join us for WAFF 48 News Today. Lauren Morrison is live on scene. She'll update you on what they're doing now and whether it's impacting your commute.
The Guntersville soccer coach, accused of sex abuse, is back in the news. His case is now headed to a grand jury. Muriel Bailey's on that this morning. She'll explain what that process is like moving forward and what prosecutors are still working on.
This morning, we're hearing from the families of both American journalists who were killed by ISIS militants. You'll hear from them at 5:13. You'll also hear from Nancy Writebol, one of the first two American healthcare workers diagnosed with ebola in Africa.
We'll also fill you in on Dr. Rick Sacra. Yesterday, he was identified as the third.
And I am the father of three boys. It's a blast, but it can be trying at times. In What's Trending at 5:25 and 6:25, you'll see a mother of four boys sum up the feeling of dealing with them in one simple picture. It's good stuff.
So, let's get this show on the road. We're on your TV right now!