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(Escambia County, Alabama January 21, 2022) — On Wednesday January 19, 2022, a Flomaton man tragically died in a two-vehicle crash that injured four others in Escambia County, according to the Alabama Law Enforcement Agency (ALEA).

Troopers with ALEA said Calvin L. Johnson, 68, was fatally injured when the 2004 Honda SUV he was driving collided with a 2003 Toyota pickup driven by Brian T. Grant, 46, of Atmore. Grant and three juvenile passengers were injured and transported to two area hospitals. Johnson was pronounced dead at the scene.

The crash occurred on U.S. 31 at the 51-mile marker, about five miles west of Flomaton.

Nothing further is information is available.

ALEA continues to investigate the crash.

Source: WKRG

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Unfortunately, car accidents like this happen around the state of Alabama.

Police must investigate these crashes thoroughly to determine the cause of the accident.

You can request a copy of the accident report and we will get it for you.

At Fob James Law Firm, we understand how devastating these accidents can be for loved ones and the victims of these accidents.

If you need help after a car accident, please contact the Escambia County, AL car accident lawyers at Fob James Law Firm or call us at 334-739-9000 to set up a free consultation.

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