Fatal Three-Vehicle Accident In Williamson County In Southern Illinois

There was a fatal multi-vehicle accident on Monday night (June 30, 2014) in Williamson County, in Southern Illinois.  Three people were killed and a child injured during this accident.

The accident happened on Route 13, at Cambria Road, when a woman was driving east at approximately 9:30 p.m.  A second car, heading west, hit the first car and caught on fire.

A third car swerved to hit the first two cars, lost control, and slid into Crab Orchard Lake.

All three drivers were killed in the accident; as well, a three-year-old passenger was in critical condition.

The first car’s driver was identified as Stephanie D. Stowers, 29, of Marion.  The second car’s driver was identified as Abdullah M. Alfadhli, 18 of Carbondale.  The third car’s driver was identified Frank M. Walker, 47, of Carbondale.

It is believed that excessive speed may have exacerbated the severity of the vehicle accident.

Additional details and possible updates can be seen in a variety of media sources,including the kfvs12.com article of July 1, 2014, titled “3 killed, 1 child critically injured in Williamson County crash” as well as the July 1 thesouthern.com article titled “Update:  IDs released on three killed in Illinois 13 crash.”


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