A longtime public servant and his wife are in the hospital after an auto accident early this morning. Sources tell us State Representative Lee Jarrell Davis and his wife were injured when they were involved in a collision with another car around 3 a.m.
We're told the wreck happened inside the Hattiesburg city limits.
So far, no word tonight on their conditions, but we'll have more information on this story has it becomes available to us.
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