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Father and Son Are Dead after Tragically Crashing Their Trucks Head-On — Into Each Other

At 4:10 a.m., Saturday morning, Jeffrey Brasher was headed to work as a bread delivery man when his vehicle had a head-on collision with a pickup truck. The 50-year-old father of two was pronounced dead at the scene in Fayette County, Alabama.

The other driver, however, was a young man headed home after a night out, according to People. He was rushed to a Birmingham hospital, but didn’t make it. He passed away just after 9:00 a.m.

But, the first responders who arrived on scene will probably never forget the crash because the drivers of the vehicles were father and son…

Authorities say that neither of the men wore a seatbelt.

According to People, Alabama investigators said alcohol did play a part in Saturday’s crash, which was caused as one of the drivers drifted into the opposite lane:

Austin’s cousin, Monica Aker, told People Austin had, in fact, been drinking that night:

“Austin did drink and was coming home from partying when they crashed. To know that they collided head-on is one of the hardest things to comprehend.”

But Aker also said she felt some semblance of relief that Austin didn’t walk away from the crash, either:

“My worst fear was that Austin would make it through and then kill himself because he wouldn’t have been able to deal with killing his father. It would have destroyed him.”

Jeff and Austin Brasher were incredibly close, and they shared a similar sense of humor. They also shared a love for golf.

Austin was just 22 years old and recently graduated from Lincoln College of Technology. He was working as a mechanist.

Per AL.com, his obituary read, in part:

“Austin loved life and spending time with those that meant most to him. He had a great sense of humor that could light up a room and always had a smile on his face. He was always there for his friends and had a huge heart that was always ready to help anyone in need.”

Jeff’s sister, Pam Dennis, told AL.com how her father was beloved by the entire community:

“Everybody knew him as the bread man.”

Dennis said Jeff was always an active member of the community. He volunteered as the sports announcer for a local meddle school’s football games and worked high school and middle school basketball games. She told AL.com he loved doing it:

“He volunteered a lot of his time in the community. He was always the first one to help, to donate.”

Jeff was married to his wife, whose name is also Pam, for 25 years. The two raised both Austin and a second child, Jennifer.

It comes as no surprise that the entire county is in mourning. Local shops and restaurants are pulling together to raise money for the family. Even the nearest Wlamart has set up donation tables, while fast food places have displayed prayers on their marquees.

Dennis told People:

“You really just cannot imagine it. There are no words that can be said. Everybody’s life changed on Saturday morning. No one’s life will be the same after this.”

But, she told AL.com that no matter how or why the crash occurred, they’re going to try and find the good from it:

“I can tell you that at 4 a.m. on Saturday morning, lives changed forever. I don’t think anybody other than people who are no longer with us know exactly what happened. They were both on that road at the same time, and all of our lives changed. We’re not going to let this separate our family.

She continued:

“We need to hold on tight to our faith. We love Austin and Jeff and our family will never be the same. We want everyone to hug and spend time with their families. Love your family every day. Don’t let anything go unsaid. You never know what tomorrow will bring.”

A joint funeral for the father and son has been set, while wakes were held earlier this week. Although the loss of Jeff and Austin seems like an unbearable one, it is clear they will always be lovingly remembered by their family and community.