TUSCALOOSA, Ala. (AP) — Police have identified two men killed in a multi-vehicle crash in Alabama.
News outlets report 33-year-old Wesley Worsham of Knoxville, Tennessee and 29-year-old Demetris Sterling Johnson of Tuscaloosa were killed in the crash.
Worsham was driving a Ford F-150 that hit Johnson's Ford Mustang around 4:13 p.m. Saturday. They were both pronounced dead at the scene. Tuscaloosa police spokeswoman Lt. Teena Richardson says the drivers of the other two vehicles suffered minor injuries.
Richardson says officers smelled a strong odor of alcohol and medics recovered a half of pint of Vodka between Worsham's legs. The accident is still under investigation at this time.
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