This 2010 file photo provided by the Alabama Department of Public Safety shows the damage caused by a chunk of concrete that flew through a truck windshield on March 15, 2010, fatally injuring Jo Maureen Fisher of Goose Creek, S.C. The state of Alabama has paid $1 million to relatives of Fisher, the South Carolina woman who was killed in a freak accident on Interstate 20 almost a year ago. No lawsuit or claim was filed. Instead, the state made the payment in a negotiated settlement with the family. (AP Photo/Ala. Department of Public Safety, File)
This 2010 file photo provided by the Alabama Department of Public Safety shows the damage caused by a chunk of concrete that flew through a truck windshield on March 15, 2010, fatally injuring Jo Maureen Fisher of Goose Creek, S.C. The state of Alabama has paid $1 million to relatives of Fisher, the South Carolina woman who was killed in a freak accident on Interstate 20 almost a year ago. No lawsuit or claim was filed. Instead, the state made the payment in a negotiated settlement with the family. (AP Photo/Ala. Department of Public Safety, File)
published Thursday, March 10th, 2011
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The state of Alabama has paid $1 million to relatives of a South Carolina mother of two who was killed by a chunk of concrete from a pothole that flew through the windshield of a vehicle on a bumpy, crumbling section of Interstate 20 almost a year ago, officials said Thursday.

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