Two died after vehicle gets swept in floodwaters in Hoover

by SpeedLux
Hoover floods

A man and a woman died after their vehicle was swept away in floodwaters in Hoover, Alabama, on Wednesday night.

The officials identified the victims as two 23-year-olds, Latin Marie Hill and Myles Jared Butler.

The victims attempted to drive through the flooded road but the swift waters resulted in the vehicle being pinned against a guardrail on a small bridge over a creek.

After some time, the vehicle went over the guardrail and drowned in the water.

Search and rescue crews worked overnight to find the victims but couldn’t find them.

At 9 a.m. Thursday, dive team members found the submerged vehicle and recovered the bodies.

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