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(Lowndes County, Alabama February 16, 2022) — On Monday evening, February 14th, a Montgomery man was killed following a three-vehicle crash on Interstate 65.

Demontray O’Neal Likely, 23, was tragically killed when a 2006 Ford Ranger, driven by Nicholas Angelo Mims, 56, of Pine Apple, slammed into the back of his 2007 Nissan Altima while he was stopped in traffic due to an earlier crash.

The impact caused a chain reaction that slammed Likely’s vehicle into a 2004 Freightliner 18-wheeler, driven by Lawrence E. Johnson Jr., 65, of Port Allen, La., who was also stopped in traffic.

The crash occurred near the 157 mile marker in Lowndes County, approximately 15 miles south of Montgomery.

Sources: WSFA

Contact Alabama Truck Accident Lawyers At Fob James Law Firm If You Need Legal Help

Unfortunately, truck 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 sustain injuries or lose a loved one in a truck accident, please contact one of our truck accident attorneys or call us at 334-739-9000 to set up a free consultation.

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Fob James obtained a B.S., in software engineering from Auburn University and then continued his education by getting his J.D. from Vanderbilt University School of Law. After working for a large regional firm for several years where he obtained awards for both individual and corporate clients, Fob found that his passion was fighting for individuals who have been seriously injured or wronged by others. Fob believes that the jury is the great equalizer to the power and influence that large corporations have in society.