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ABI agent dies after motorcycle wreck

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CHEROKEE - AL -

The Alabama Bureau of Investigation is mourning the loss of one of their own.

Brian Faulkner passed away Tuesday after sustaining injuries in a motorcycle wreck on March 9. The accident happened in the town of Cherokee. Police said it appeared Faulkner left the roadway and hit a power pole. He was found underneath his motorcycle and was then airlifted to a Huntsville hospital.

Funeral arrangements have not been announced.

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