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Troopers release names of 4 killed in Greene Co. wreck

This is the SUV involved in the Greene Co. wreck that killed four people and injured four people. Source: Kelvin Reynolds This is the SUV involved in the Greene Co. wreck that killed four people and injured four people. Source: Kelvin Reynolds
State troopers say seatbelts and child restraints were not in use when the Ford Explorer wrecked. Source: Kelvin Reynolds State troopers say seatbelts and child restraints were not in use when the Ford Explorer wrecked. Source: Kelvin Reynolds
The Ford Explorer left the roadway, overturned, and ran into a tree about five miles south of Knoxville on U.S. 52. Source: Kelvin Reynolds The Ford Explorer left the roadway, overturned, and ran into a tree about five miles south of Knoxville on U.S. 52. Source: Kelvin Reynolds
Demetria Aaron, 30, was killed in the wreck. Her family released this photo. Demetria Aaron, 30, was killed in the wreck. Her family released this photo.
GREENE COUNTY, AL (WBRC) -

State troopers have released the names of the four people killed in a wreck in Greene County Wednesday afternoon.

Eight people were traveling in a 2004 Ford Explorer that left the roadway and flipped over before hitting a tree. The wreck happened around 4:15 p.m. on U.S. 11 at mile marker 52 about five miles south of Knoxville, Ala. No other vehicles were involved.

Officials say several of the people inside the SUV were related. They had just left a family in Boligee and were headed back to Tuscaloosa when the wreck happened.

A two-year-old was among the dead. Troopers say no one was wearing a seatbelt and child restraints were not used.

Troopers have listed the fatalities as:

-The driver, 21-year-old Justin Coleman of Alexander City

-Demetria Aaron, 30 of Tuscaloosa

-Latrice Robertson, 22 of Tuscaloosa

-Ziliyah Robertson, 2 of Tuscaloosa

Two teenagers and two children were also injured in the deadly crash. The children, ages 10 and 11, were taken to Children's of Alabama hospital in Birmingham. A 17-year-old was transported to DCH in Tuscaloosa and a 15-year-old was taken to Greene County Hospital for treatment.

The 15-year-old has been released from Greene County Hospital. The 17-year-old and 11-year-old are reportedly in fair condition. The 10-year-old is in serious condition at Children's of Alabama hospital.

State troopers say the wreck is still under investigation.

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