Annabelle Mullican Death – A 10-year-old Mountain Brook girl has passed away following a deadly car accident that happened this past weekend. The victim has been identified as Annabelle Mullican. According to reports, Annabelle Mullican, a resident of Mountain Brook, Alabama passed away from injuries sustained in the fatal crash.
How did the crash happen?
At 5:27 p.m. on Saturday, Mountain Brook police swiftly responded to a reported accident in the 3400 block of Cherokee Road, situated just east of Overbrook Road. Prior to the crash, the vehicle had been spotted on Old Leeds Road, travelling at a high speed before turning onto Cherokee Road, according to Police Chief Jaye Loggins.
Upon reaching the accident scene, officers discovered a woman and two young girls who were injured. All three were immediately transported to nearby hospitals for medical attention. Tragically, Annabelle succumbed to her injuries and was pronounced dead at Children’s of Alabama at 6:20 p.m. on the same day. The investigation into the incident is currently ongoing, as authorities seek to determine the cause and circumstances of the crash.
The family will release an obituary and funeral arrangements for Annabelle Mullican.
Related story: 10-year-old child died after a car accident in Birmingham
Tragically, a child who was involved in an incident with a car in Birmingham on Tuesday afternoon has passed away, as confirmed by the Jefferson County Coroner. The victim, identified as 10-year-old Marquis Bell, was riding a motorcycle mini-bike in the 3500 block of Charles Street in Dolomite at approximately 2 p.m. when the collision occurred.
Following the accident, Marquis was rushed to Children’s Hospital with severe injuries deemed life-threatening. Sadly, he succumbed to his injuries shortly before 7 p.m. on Tuesday. The Birmingham Police Department is actively investigating the circumstances and cause of the wreck. Authorities have stated that the driver involved has been cooperative, and currently, there are no expectations of charges being filed at this moment.
Dr. Walter Gonsoulin, Superintendent, Jefferson County Schools Superintendent said, “We were extremely sad to learn about the tragic death of one of our Hueytown Intermediate 5th graders. Those who knew this young man spoke fondly of him, and his death leaves a huge void. We are doing everything we can to support the family, as well as, his friends and teachers during this time. Our JEFCOED Cares Team has been on campus since early this morning and is available to any student or staff member who needs support. My thoughts and prayers are with this student’s family and everyone that knew him.”
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