Rod Bramblett accident: See last post before Rod Bramblett, wife deaths

Rod Bramblett accident happened May 25, 2019. See last post made just hours by Rod Bramblett before he and his wife Paula were killed in a deadly car accident.

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The tweet Rod Bramblett retweeted reads:

Failure is not the opposite of success, it is a part of success. Learn from your mistakes. We have unfinished business, it’s time to work, and we are ready. #WarEagle #AuburnFamily

Rod Bramblett accident:

Rod Bramblett and his wife Paula Bramblett were killed in a deadly car accident on Saturday May 25, 2019.

The crash occurred on Shug Jordan Parkway at the intersection of West Samford Avenue.

52-year-old Bramblett and his 53-year-old wife Paula were in their 2017 Toyota Highlander when they were struck in the rear by a Jeep Grand Cherokee driven by a 16-year-old.

Rod Bramblett, the driver of the Highlander was airlifted to UAB Hospital in Birmingham, where he later died from a closed head injury.

Paula Bramblett was also airlifted from the scene but had to be diverted to East Alabama Medical Center due to the severity of her injuries. She was pronounced dead in the emergency room from multiple internal injuries.

The 16 year old driver of the other vehicle was transported to East Alabama Medical Center with non-life-threatening injuries, police said. The 16 year old teen driver was also injured and is in serious condition.

Alcohol is not believed to be a factor in the crash, according to the coroner.

The accident remains under investigation by Auburn police and the Lee County Coroner’s Office.

May Rod and Paula Bramblett souls rest in perfect peace.

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