Fourth victim of Flomaton wreck dies

Published 8:05 am Tuesday, September 7, 2010

A fourth victim of a two-car wreck in Flomaton last week has died.

Edward Bradford, 80, of Pensacola, died of injuries received in the Aug. 30 accident, according to reports.

Bradford was riding in a car with his wife, Alice Bradford, when she apparently drove through the intersection of Highway 113 and U.S. 31 in Flomaton and hit a car driven by Stephen Thompson of Bay Minette. Thompson and his son, 9-year-old Nathan, were killed.

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The impact of the crash pushed both vehicles into the service bay of nearby Rowland’s Tires.

Alice Bradford later died of her injuries.

According to family members and friends, Stephen Thompson was on his way to Brewton to service Red Box video rental machines, and his son had traveled with him.