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(Satsuma, Alabama July 21, 2022) — On July 20, 2022, Brittney K. Talbot, 37, of Jay, Florida, and Christopher D. Knighten, 38, of Atmore, tragically died in a multi-vehicle crash around 12:45 p.m.

According to the Alabama Law Enforcement Agency (aka the State Troopers), Talbot was driving a Honda Civic heading south when it was hit by a Dodge Ram pickup truck. The Civic and Ram crossed the median and went into the northbound lanes where they were hit by a Ford F-150 and Toyota Highlander. Knighten was a passenger in the Civic.

The two victims were pronounced dead at the scene. The Alabama State Troopers are investigating the crash.


Talbot’s sister, Mary Talbot, told Fox10 that Brittney and Christopher shared a son and that Brittney is leaving behind three sons. According to Mary, “she was a very good mother to her kids, a good mother,” and “[s]he done her best like any other mom.”

A Go Fund Me has been started to help with Brittany’s funeral arrangements.

Source: Fox10

Contact an Alabama Wrongful Death Attorney if You Need Legal Help

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 also request a copy of the accident report.

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 an accident, please contact one of our Alabama wrongful death lawyers or call us at 334-739-9000 to set up a free consultation.

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