Claire Largin Death – Obituaries : Alabama Student Killed in Tuscaloosa Car Cccident

By admin | October 25, 2019

Death – Obituaries :  (MARKET NEWS)

Friends and families are mourning the death of Claire Largin, a University of Alabama student who was killed in Tuscaloosa car accident.

A young Hoover woman was killed in a crash Thursday afternoon in Fayette County.

The two-car crash happened at approximately 3:15 p.m. on Alabama Highway 13 at mile marker 236.8, about 12 miles south of Eldridge, according to Alabama Law Enforcement Agency Cpl. Richard Itter. Claire E. Largin was driving her Toyota Rav 4 when she collided with a Dodge F3500 truck. According to a report by AL.com

Tributes.

The following are some tributes posted on social media to honor the life and the legacy of the deceased.

Clare Huddleston WBRC wrote on facebook.

My thoughts and prayers are with the Largin family from Hoover. Claire Largin, 20, died in a car accident yesterday in Fayette County, according to state troopers. Claire was a junior at the University of Alabama and member of my sorority, Alpha Chi Omega. Praying for all of our sisters and her friends who are mourning this loss.

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Michael Bean wrote on facebook

Our family lost a ray of sunshine yesterday. My niece Claire Largin will be greatly missed on this earth, but is dancing, praising and singing with our savior. She was a junior at U of A. Please keep my sister Susie Bean Largin, Bro-in-law Roger LarginMadison Largin and Will Largin in your thoughts and prayers. We love you and miss you Claire!

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Ray Allen wrote on facebook

Deeply saddened to report the death of Claire Largin age 20 from Hoover. She was a student at the UofA and was killed in a crash on Al 13 at Co Rd 93 in Fayette Co last night. Authorities continue the investigation. Our thoughts are with her family and friends at this time. Cap Ray @townsendnissan

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