Legendary College Football Fan Dies In Car Accident

first_imgPaul Finebaum explains why Clemson will lose.An iconic college football fan and caller into The Paul Finebaum Show on the SEC Network has tragically passed away.Tammy Renae Bullard, an Auburn football fanatic and frequent caller into the national radio show, was killed in an auto accident on an Alabama highway on Friday. Bullard’s 3-year-old granddaughter also passed away.AL.com had the tragic details:Alabama State Trooper Cpl. Jimmy Harrell said the driver of a commercial vehicle carrying some kind of explosive material was traveling eastbound when he possibly blew a tire and the truck overturned on its side.It then veered into oncoming traffic in the westbound lane and collided with an SUV carrying the woman and the child. Both have been confirmed dead. The truck driver was flown to UAB Hospital’s Trauma Center.Harrell said authorities evacuated all businesses and homes within a one-mile radius because of the unknown hazardous material. Emergency crews remained on the scene for several hours.Finebaum took to Twitter to pay his respects.“It is with a heavy heart that we share the news our friend and loyal Auburn fan Tammy has died,” he announced.It is with a heavy heart that we share the news our friend and loyal Auburn fan Tammy has died. #RIPTammy pic.twitter.com/ZdDCZPFJwX— Paul Finebaum (@finebaum) November 16, 2018Rest in peace, Tammy.last_img read more

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Senior UN envoy in Saudi Arabia for talks on Middle East peace

Mr. Roed-Larsen has already met Foreign Minister Prince Saud Al-Faisal and other officials to discuss the Quartet road map and the Saudi peace initiative, both of which seek to achieve a negotiated solution to the Arab-Israeli conflict, according to a UN spokesperson in New York.At the conclusion of his three-day visit to Riyadh tomorrow, Mr. Roed-Larsen is slated to depart to Jordan to meet with that country’s Foreign Minister, said Marie Okabe. “Both Saudi Arabia and Jordan are key regional countries consulted by the Quartet, the diplomatic group consisting of the United States, European Union, Russian Federation and the UN,” she added. read more

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