Woman killed in Talladega Co. school bus wreck identified

Fatal wreck involving school bus Part 1

TALLADEGA COUNTY, AL (WBRC) - Authorities have identified the person killed in a Tuesday night crash involving a school bus as 31-year-old Amanda Nicole Hubbard.

ALEA State Troopers responded to the scene Tuesday night at the 168 mile marker of I-20 in Talladega County in the eastbound lanes. Troopers are currently reporting that there are 11 injuries. Hubbard was in the passenger vehicle.

Cpl. Jimmy Harrell with ALEA told us Wednesday afternoon the pickup truck involved in the accident crossed the median and collided with the school bus. The reason that occurred is still under investigation.

Fatal wreck involving school bus Part 2

The Superintendent of the Roanoke City School System, Chuck Marcum, confirmed on Facebook that there were 26 players and three coaches on the bus. All of the players and coaches will be were taken to the hospital for evaluation.

The interstate was shut down in both directions at one point.

This is a developing story and will be updated as more information becomes known.

Fatal wreck involving school bus Part 3

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