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Two victims of fatal car accident on I-65 South in Fultondale identified

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A LifeSaver Helicopter arrived to the accident scene only to be turned away after the couple was pronounced dead. A LifeSaver Helicopter arrived to the accident scene only to be turned away after the couple was pronounced dead.
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The Alabama Department of Public Safety has released the names of the two victims involved in a fatal, single-car accident on I-65 South in Fultondale on Tuesday.

James Earl Robinson, 61, was the driver of the 1999 Lincoln Town Car that left the interstate, striking a sign-support pole in the median around mile marker 267.  His passenger, Lois Coleman Robinson, 65, was also killed in the accident that happened at 5:40 p.m..  Both victims were from Huntsville.

A LifeSaver helicopter was called to the scene as rescue workers attempted to free the victims from the mangled car, but the couple was pronounced dead on the scene.

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