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Police identify woman killed in fatal wreck on I-565 near mile marker 11

(Source: WAFF Staff) (Source: WAFF Staff)
(Source: WAFF Staff) (Source: WAFF Staff)
HUNTSVILLE, AL (WAFF) -

Huntsville police worked an accident on I-565 WB near mile marker 11 on Monday, where one person was pronounced dead the scene.

The Madison County coroner said 37-year-old Kelly Jean Springfield was travelling eastbound, when she lost control of her vehicle and struck another vehicle that was travelling westbound.

I-565 WB was shut down for about an an hour, while police investigated.

Traffic was being diverted to Exit 13 (Madison Blvd.), and in order for motorists to re-enter I-565, they had to continue on Madison Blvd turn left at Wall Triana Hwy/Sullivan Street (or) continue on Madison Blvd to County Line Road. 

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