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Good Samaritans Help Rescue Family After Head-On Collision

 Tuesday, August 9, 2016


Two Tennessee women were killed in a head-on collision in Mobile County on Saturday. It happened on Highway 45 north of Eight Mile. Both of the drivers were killed — 64-year-old Mary Robinson and 26-year-old Amanda Murley. While state troopers are still investigating what caused the crash, four people, including two toddlers, are in the hospital. All four of those people were inside Murley’s car. FOX10 News spoke to her family members, who tell us they are devastated and waiting on surgery results. Inside the hospital are: Murley’s fiancé and Memphis Police officer, Tony Vuong, her two year-old son, her sister, and her two-year-old nephew.

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