Alabama Woman Killed In Escambia County I-10 Crash

November 15, 2023

A 55-year-old woman from Lillian, Alabama was killed in a single vehicle crash Wednesday morning in Escambia County.

The crash happened around 6 a.m. on I-10 just east of the Pine Forest Road exit.

FHP said the Alabama woman was driving a pickup truck eastbound on I-10 when she lost control of her vehicle and left the roadway. The truck then collided with a tree.

The woman was pronounced deceased on scene.


3 Responses to “Alabama Woman Killed In Escambia County I-10 Crash”

  1. L C on November 16th, 2023 7:00 pm

    This accident did not happen at the merge. It actually happened after the exit onto Pine Forest, prior to the merge of the entrance onto I10. It is very sad but nothing to do with this road. These horrible, tragic accidents that have happened have not had anything to do with the road. Our highways are deadly because of drivers, either going too fast or not paying attention.

  2. JW on November 16th, 2023 5:16 pm


    The road isn’t bad. The drivers are/ Every wreck yesterday happened because people were not driving per the conditions of the rain and wet pavement.

    4 lanes, 6 lanes, 8 lanes will not matter if people are not safe and patient.

    The one thing that IS wrong is the merge lanes could be longer to allow drivers to gather the speed needed to enter the interstate safely.

  3. Frank on November 16th, 2023 12:32 am

    The stretch of road between pine forest and Highway 29 is bad and has had the most accidents in the last six months to a year , several major. If they don’t hurry up and six lane this section of road, I don’t know what’s gonna happen. In the mornings, I avoid the interstate at all cost. Because it’s backed up onto Pine Forest Road.

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