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Man dies in crash on I-57

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WILLIAMSON CO., Ill. -- A Tennessee man is dead following a crash on Interstate 57.

Illinois State Police say it happened Monday around 2 a.m. in the southbound lanes about a mile North of the Marion Exit.

Jermaine T. Jackson, 41, of Chattanooga TN lost control, left the roadway and hit a guard rail.

The coroner pronounced Jackson dead at the scene.

Two other people were inside the car.

Navaeh C. Williams, 14, also of Chattanooga, suffered minor injuries and went to Heartland Regional Medical Center.

A 28-year-old passenger was not hurt.

Investigators believe driver fatigue played a role in the crash.
 

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