Mother, child, injured in Oxford crash
by Laura Gaddy
lbgaddy@annistonstar.com
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A rescue worker at the scene of a crash in Oxford this morning that injured a mother and her child. (Photo by Joey D'Anna/Special to The Star)
A rescue worker at the scene of a crash in Oxford this morning that injured a mother and her child. (Photo by Joey D'Anna/Special to The Star)
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A mother and her child were airlifted to Birmingham for medical treatment following an accident in Oxford Sunday morning, authorities said.

Oxford Assistant Fire Chief Ben Stewart said the driver lost control of the car and ran into a tree on Bynum Cutoff Road at 6:30 a.m. Emergency personnel removed both victims from the crashed car and drove them to a Lifesaver helicopter, which flew them to Birmingham, Stewart said.

Oxford police and fire officials said they could provide no further information about the victims Sunday afternoon.

Staff writer Laura Gaddy: 256-235-3544. On Twitter @LGaddy_Star.
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