A Decatur man was killed Sunday night in a two-vehicle crash in Limestone County, according to published media reports.
Troopers are investigating the crash, which occurred on I-65 at mile marker 363, about 4 miles south of Ardmore. The crash happened at 7:15 p.m.
Two vehicles reportedly collided on the interstate, and one left the road and flipped several times. Troopers said George Thomas Bolden, 49, of Decatur, was killed in the crash.
An unknown vehicle left the scene.
Troopers said Bolden was wearing a seatbelt.
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