The city of Anniston is located in Calhoun County in central east Alabama between the cities of Birmingham and Atlanta, Georgia. The city of Anniston was incorporated July 3, 1883. The U.S. census estimates over 23,000 people live in the city of Anniston.
The cities industrial foundation was based upon the Iron and Steel and clay pipe industries. From the late 1800′s until the 1950′s Anniston was the 5th largest city in Alabama. Anniston is also known for its ties the United States Army. In 1917, the Army established a training camp at Fort McClellan during the beginning of World War I. During World War II the Army opened the Anniston Army Depot as a storage and maintenance site. Today, the Army Depot is used for the maintenance of most Army tracked vehicles and as a major chemical weapons storage facility. In 1999, the Army closed Fort McClellan.
Anniston, Alabama has several major interstates and highways that service the Anniston area, including: Interstate 20-59; U.S. Highway 431; Alabama Highway 202; and Quintard Avenue.
In 2008, there were 1,182 automobile accidents in the city of Anniston, 331 people were injured in these wrecks. In Cullman County, Alabama, there were 3,564 motor vehicle accidents, 1,169 people were injured in these accidents. In 2008, 23 people lost there lives in car and truck accidents in Calhoun County.
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