Man who was charged in crash that killed Rep. Treadaway’s child dies in another

Man who was charged in crash that killed Rep. Treadaway’s child dies in another

CULLMAN, Ala. (AP) — Alabama authorities say a man who was charged in a crash that killed the daughter of a state representative and police official has died in another wreck.

State Law Enforcement Agency Senior Trooper Chuck Daniel tells news outlets 33-year-old Brandon Adam Hamm died Monday morning at a Huntsville hospital from injuries he suffered during the single-vehicle crash. Troopers say his vehicle hit a tree Sunday morning.

Hamm was indicted on manslaughter in the February collision that killed Mortimer Jordan High School volleyball coach 31-year-old Kelsey Treadaway, the daughter of Alabama District 51 Rep. and Birmingham Police Assistant Chief Allen Treadaway.

Troopers say Treadaway was traveling on a highway near Good Hope when her car was struck from behind by Hamm’s pickup.

Hamm had a January court appearance scheduled.