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1 dead, child airlifted to hospital following 2-vehicle accident in Northport (Update)

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Alabama State Troopers and rescue crews on the scene of a fatal two-vehicle accident in Northport Thursday, January 9, 2013. (abc3340.com) Alabama State Troopers and rescue crews on the scene of a fatal two-vehicle accident in Northport Thursday, January 9, 2013. (abc3340.com)
Lisa Sartain, left, was killed and her husband, Michael Sartain, and son, Jonas Sartain, were injured in a two-vehicle crash in Northport Thursday, January 9, 2013. (Lisa Sartain/Facebook) Lisa Sartain, left, was killed and her husband, Michael Sartain, and son, Jonas Sartain, were injured in a two-vehicle crash in Northport Thursday, January 9, 2013. (Lisa Sartain/Facebook)
Update:

Alabama State Troopers have released the name of the victim killed in a two-vehicle accident in Northport Thursday night.

Lisa Sartain, 45, of Northport, died and three others, including her child and husband, were injured after the Dodge Ram truck she was a passenger in collided with a Toyota Tacoma at mile marker three on Highway 171 around 7:30 p.m.

Both drivers, Michael Sartain and Jessie Hannah, both of Northport, were taken to DCH Regional Medical Center while Sartain's child was airlifted to Children's of Alabama in Birmingham. Their conditions are unknown at this time.

Click photo to enlarge. This dated family photo shows the Sartain family -- husband and wife Michael and Lisa Sartain and their son, Jonas. Lisa Sartain was killed and her husband and son were injured in a two-vehicle accident in Northport, Thursday, January 9, 2014. (Photo special to abc3340.com)

A relative of the Sartain family spoke to ABC 33/40 reporter Isaiah Harper Friday about the tragic crash. You can see the interview on the news at 5 and 6 p.m. To watch the newscasts live online, click here.
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A two-vehicle accident in Northport Thursday night left one person dead and sent three others, including a child, to the hospital, fire and rescue officials said.

The fatal crash happened around 7:30 p.m. on Highway 171 near Tom Montgomery Road. A child injured in the wreck was airlifted to Children's of Alabama in Birmingham while the two other survivors were taken to DCH Regional Medical Center in Tuscaloosa. Their conditions are unknown at this time.

The victim killed in the accident hasn't been identified.

Alabama State Troopers continue to investigate.

 

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