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FORREST COUNTY, MS (WDAM) -

A man who died in a fiery 18-wheeler accident Wednesday has been identified. 

According to the Forrest County Coroner, the driver of the 18-wheeler was Charlie Richard Graham Jr., 57, of Houston, Texas. 

Workers spent Thursday morning cleaning up debris from the fatal two-vehicle accident that also injured two others. 

A crew spent several hours removing hundreds of pieces of plastic pipe from a wooded area along Interstate 59. 

The Mississippi Highway Patrol continues to investigate the crash. 

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