Crash Near Atmore Claims Life Of Local Man

November 23, 2020

An Atmore man has been charge with vehicular homicide for a crash that claimed a life on November 20 just outside Atmore.

Mathiew Norman Wilson, 58, attempted to turn his 1997 Dodge Ram pickup from Highway 31 onto 21st Avenue when he collided with a Ford Excursion driven by 18-year old Phenix Nicole Crews, according to Alabama state troopers. Wilson’s passenger, 31-year old Jacob Oran Bailey, later died from his injuries.

Wilson was booked into the Escambia County (AL) Detention Center in Brewton ib

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3 Responses to “Crash Near Atmore Claims Life Of Local Man”

  1. Derek Steven Price on December 16th, 2020 10:35 am

    Love all yall sorry from the bottom of my heart. Jake fly high my baby cuz. Always in your spare time look in on all of us. What am I saying ,i know that is already in action. Jake I never have known anyone that had a smile that could lite up the world in its darkest moments. I love you Bubba and will always cherish our times together. You will always be remembered and missed severely. Love you Lil Bubba. Love Always Derek Steven Price PCI for life. Sore high

  2. Sandra Matthews Hinton on November 23rd, 2020 10:06 pm

    The family is in my prayers. You will never be forgotten.

  3. Britt on November 23rd, 2020 9:04 pm

    Jacob Oryan Bailey
    34 years old.
    Fly high Jake with that million dollar smile.





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