Smiths Juvenile Obituary, Death – The identification of the Smiths Station juvenile, aged 14, who passed away in an accident involving a single car that took place on Lee County 179 on Sunday has been established thanks to the efforts of the Lee County coroner, Daniel Sexton, who was successful in making the determination. Jackson Stringfellow, who had been brought to Piedmont Midtown Hospital for treatment of his injuries, was unable to recover from them there and passed dead as a result of his injuries.
According to the reports made by the police, the young person wasn’t even wearing a seat belt when the accident occurred. The accident occurred at roughly 2:45 a.m. on Sunday, according to the authorities, after the 2019 GMC Arcadia that was being driven by a 15-year-old kid went off the roadway, hit with a number of trees, and then overturned. The youngster was pronounced dead at the scene.
The notification stated that both the Smiths Station driver, who was only 15 years old, and another 15-year-old passenger were injured in the accident and required to be treated at a hospital after being transported there. At the very least, a person needs to be 15 years old in the state of Alabama before they are eligible to apply for a learner’s permit to lawfully operate a motor vehicle there. On the other hand, kids are mandated to travel in the front passenger seat with an adult who is at least 21 years old. The authorities have assured the Ledger-Enquirer that there was not an adult passenger in the vehicle at the time of the event. This information was provided to the newspaper by the authorities.