Teen Killed by Drunk Driver in Gulf Shores

Teen Killed by Drunk Driver in Gulf Shores

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GULF SHORES, Ala. - Update at 1:40pm:
Justin Lott from Montgomery is charged with DUI in connection with the death of a co-ed on Spring break in Gulf Shores. More charges are pending. The latest on this tragic story tonight on News 5 at 5.


Update at 10:30am:

Police have released the name of the teenager killed in Gulf Shores. She has been identified as 19-year-old Kasey Nicole Waychoff. Detectives say she is from Texas, but was a college student in Oklahoma. The driver of the pickup truck arrested is Justin Lott from Montgomery. He is charged with DUI, but more charges are pending. News 5's Debbie Williams is working on this story and will have more updates on wkrg.com and on News 5 at 5:00.     


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Gulf Shores Police say a 19 teen year old girl from Texas was struck and killed by a drunk driver.  Investigators say Thursday night, the teen was walking on West Beach Blvd when she was hit. She died at the hospital. The driver has been arrested.  

So far, no names have been released
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