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Valley crash hospitalizes five

By KTVA CBS 11 News 7:57 AM January 24, 2014

Troopers said David Bellmay, 50, succumbed to injuries suffered in the crash and died Saturday evening.

ANCHORAGE – Four adults and a 7-year-old child were injured in a collision outside Palmer Thursday night.

According to Alaska State Trooper dispatch, 50-year-old Houston resident David Bellmay was driving south on Trunk Road when he crossed the center line into oncoming traffic around 8:15 p.m. His vehicle — a 2000 Pontiac GrandAm carrying an adult passenger and a young child — smashed into a northbound Toyota 4Runner carrying two adults.

Both vehicles were totaled in the crash, troopers said, and the child was medevaced to Providence Hospital. The four adults involved in the crash were taken to Mat-Su Regional Hospital for treatment.

Troopers said the cause of the collision remains under investigation.


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