David Bishop Death, Obituary – A guy who was 33 years old and had been injured in a collision that took place in Birmingham and included a huge truck has sadly gone away as a result of the injuries he incurred. It was announced on Wednesday by the Jefferson County Coroner’s Office that David Quinel Bishop has been identified as the individual who went away as a result of this tragedy.
On Monday evening at six o’clock, there was an accident on Pinson Valley Parkway near Winewood Road. The incident occurred on Monday. Bishop was rushed to the UAB Hospital, but it was determined that he had already passed away at seven o’clock that evening.
Despite the fact that he was carried there, Bishop was pronounced dead. He could not be brought back to life at the hospital. David took an incredible amount of pride in all of his Basset Hounds, all of whom he had personally raised from the time they were puppies and who had been the source of his happiness for the entirety of his life.
David is survived by his partner of 30 years, Steve Flynt of Brunswick, Georgia, his brothers Clyde Bishop (Denise) of Rockledge, Florida, William Ackland of Ponte Vedra Beach, Florida, and Tim Ackland (Charlie) of Ponte Vedra Beach, Florida, as well as a large number of nephews and nieces. Steve Flynt is David’s partner of 30 years.
David has been working alongside Steve Flynt for the past three decades. Since David began working there, Steve Flynt has been his coworker for the past three decades. Before he passed away, his brother Stephen Bishop as well as both of his parents, William Ackland and Sandra Ackland had already passed away.
According to Chief Deputy Coroner Bill Yates, Bishop was a passenger in a Dodge Challenger when the vehicle became engaged in a collision with a number of other automobiles, one of which was a semi-truck. Bishop was subsequently killed in the crash. There was no more information that could be supplied due to the fact that there was none.