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(Birmingham, AL, Feb. 8, 2021) — The Jefferson County Coroner confirmed that three people died due to three separate car crashes on February 8.

The crashes all involved less than two vehicles. The Jefferson County Sheriff’s Department is investigating all three incidents.

The first crash occurred on 1st Avenue in Birmingham at 7:30 AM on Monday. The single-vehicle crash left 25-year-old Joshua Alexander Plourde of Homewood dead. 

Denzel Lorenzo Billups, a 30-year-old from Birmingham, died after a collision between his motorcycle and another vehicle. Authorities pronounced Billips dead at the crash scene at 3:09 PM. 

The third deadly crash occurred on I-59 around 10:45 PM and left Malera Shanell Staples dead. Staples, 24, died in a single-vehicle crash near mile marker 123. 

The police have not released further details about any of the crashes at this time. 

 Source: 6WBRC, al.com

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Unfortunately, auto accidents like these happen around the state of Alabama.

Police must investigate these crashes thoroughly to determine the cause of the accident. You can also request a copy of the accident report.

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