Today we are going to talk about shocking news which is Samuel Brown and Madison Shaque, high school students who died tragically in a car accident. The incident reportedly happened on Friday, April 14, 2023, in Tuscaloosa, Alabama. Let’s look at how Samuel Brown and Madison Shake died and the car accident in detail. Last night in Tuscaloosa, two high school students, Madison and Samuel, died in an automobile accident. These two teenagers went to the same dance at Paul W. Bryant High School. Madison Sims and Samuel Brown were victims of the crash, according to a family member of one of the teenagers.
The teen was also named in a Facebook post by the Perry County School District. Perry County School District posted on social media, “We extend our most sincere consolations to the Brown and Sims family,” “No further details are available, and we ask the community to please respect the privacy of the families during this difficult time. Grief advisers will be on campus next week to provide emotional support to students and staff members. We ask that you please keep everyone in your thoughts and prayers as we navigate the days ahead together.”
What Happened With High School Students
Two local youths were killed and two others were injured in a two-vehicle crash Saturday morning at the crossing of Skyland Boulevard East and Interstate 20/59, according to the Tuscaloosa Police Department. According to TPD spokeswoman Stephanie Taylor, police were called at 1:50 a.m. about a crash between a 2022 Tesla and a lorry, which planted the vehicle under a trailer and trapped the four passengers inside.
Even though the names of the victims were not released by officers, several social media posts from friends and relatives of the victims told that the accident occurred the morning after the dance at Bryant High School.
The post identified the driver as Bryant High School student Madison Sims, 17, and the front seat passenger as Uniontown resident Samuel Brown, 18. Both were declared dead on the spot. According to Brown’s Facebook profile, when R.C. Hatch High School. She released her senior photos in January and shared his excitement for graduation. Another 17-year-old female from Marion was moved to DCH Regional Medical Center with minor injuries and was said to be in excellent condition as of Saturday morning, according to Taylor, who said an 18-year-old female from Montgomery was also injured. was flown to UAB Hospital in Birmingham with life-threatening injuries. Investigations continue on what caused the crash.