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While two Mulga men, Jeffrey Howe and Dominique Rashad Smith, were being charged with felony murder on Thursday for their roles in the accident that killed three earlier this week, families of the victims finalized plans for their funeral services, bringing somewhat of a conclusion to Monday's tragedy.

Here is a recap of ABC 33/40's coverage of events:

Police at the scene of the fatal accident. (abc3340.com)

Police and rescue units at the accident scene near intersection of Birmingport Road and Minor Parkway on Monday.

Monday, October 1: 

Three dead after police pursuit ends in crash  Click here for story

Hunt is on for suspects that fled the scene of accident  Click here for story

Suspects white SUV and victims gold Oldsmobile at accident scene on Tuesday.

Tuesday, October 2:

Authorities begin reconstructing the accident at the scene  Click here for story

Identities of the victims released  Click here for story

Police say suspects robbed elderly couple before the accident  Click here for story

Suspect Dominique Rashad Smith surrenders to police  Click here for story

Video:  Three victims identified  Click here for video

Exclusive Video: 2 suspects being arrested by police, marshals  Click here for video

Birmingham Police arrest two suspects in Ensley home  Click here for story

 

Ryan Max Culwell and daughter Rogue Marie.

Suspects LaJuan Dontell McNeal (left) and Jeffrey Howe (right) arrested in Ensley on Tuesday.

Wednesday, October 3:

Former judge calls police pursuit justified  Click here for story

Video: Grandmother of Ryan Culwell talks about accident  Click here for video

Mugshots of driver Dominique Rashad Smith (left) and Howe (right).

Jefferson County District Attorney Brandon Falls announcing the felony murder charges against Smith and Howe on Thursday.

Thursday, October 4:

Video:  Jefferson County District Attorney Brandon Falls announces charges  Click here for video

Jeffrey Howe, Dominique Rashad Smith charged with felony murder  Click here for story

Family of victims announce funeral service plans  Click here for story

 

We'll continue to follow this story on Friday with updates from the funerals being held in Cullman.

 

 

 

 

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