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Alicia Whatley Car Accident: In loving memory of Mississippi woman killed in tragic Monday crash

Alicia Whatley Obituary Magnolia, MS: In loving memory of Mississippi woman killed in tragic Monday crash.

Alicia will be remembered as a sweet, funny, loving girl who will always have a special place in the hearts of family and friends.

An online obituary announced Alicia’s sudden and tragic death, as a result of injuries sustained in a car accident on Monday, January 8, 2024.

Details concerning the circumstances surrounding the crash was not immediately mentioned, as investigation is ongoing.

“For all who have kids please call them, go see them, hug them, hold them tight, check them out of school spend the day with them. You never know when the good lord will call them home. Keeping the Whatley’s in my prayers. May GOD give you the strength to get through this terrible tragedy. RIP BABY GIRL Alicia Whatley,” a Facebook post said.

Location Facts

Magnolia is a city in Pike County, Mississippi and the county seat. The population was 2,420 at the 2010 census. Magnolia is within the McComb, Mississippi Micropolitan Statistical Area.

Magnolia was founded in 1856 by Ansel H. Prewett, a local civic leader and cotton planter. Knowing that the approaching New Orleans, Jackson, and Great Northern Railroad (now the Illinois Central Railroad) would need a station for water and fuel, Prewett sold a right-of-way to the railroad company – for one dollar, according to legend – and divided a section of his plantation into town lots, which he sold to investors.