UPDATE: (8:24 p.m.) – Alabama State Troopers are requesting assistance locating a vehicle in connection with the fatal crash.
The vehicle is believed to be a 2012 – 2015 Toyota Tundra SR-5, unknown color, with a damaged right front headlight, hood, right fender and missing a passenger mirror and radio antenna.
This vehicle may have been involved in the fatal crash that occurred either last night, July 23, or this morning, July 24, on I-10 at the one-mile marker between the hours of 11:45 p.m. and 3:30 a.m.
Anyone with any information about this crash is encouraged to call Alabama State Troopers at 251-660-2300.
UPDATE (1:45 p.m.) – Both lanes of I-10 westbound are once again open after Alabama State Troopers concluded their investigation on the scene of a body found Monday morning.’
UPDATE (10:40 a.m.) – One lane of I-10 westbound has been reopened, according to the Alabama Department of Transportation on Twitter.
Emergency crews are investigating the scene on the interstate near Grand Bay where a body was found Monday morning. Sources tell News Five that a person was hit by a car.
MOBILE, Ala. (WKRG)– Alabama State Troopers are investigating the discovery of a body along I-10 westbound near the Mississippi state line.
I-10 Westbound from Exit 4 to the Alabama-Mississippi state line will be closed while the investigation is ongoing. Drivers are advised to detour at Exit 4, onto AL 188 SB, to US 90 WB, to Franklin Creek Rd in Mississippi and back onto I-10 WB Exit 77.
Sources tell News Five that a person was hit by a car on the interstate.
WKRG has a crew on the way and will update this breaking news as details become available.