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May 2013 Archives

Fatal hit-and-run crash claims life of Sanford man

Harnett County police are still investigating the circumstances surrounding the death of a 38-year-old Sanford man this week after he was struck and killed in a hit-and-run crash only days ago. And while police believe that alcohol may have been a factor, a lack of witnesses has left police with nothing but a lot of unanswered questions.

North Carolina police step up patrols this Memorial Day weekend

Drinking and driving claims dozens of lives in North Carolina every year.  Just last alone the state saw 88 deaths and more than 900 injuries as a result of impaired driving.  But this year, Maj. Patricia Poole from the State Highway Patrol is aiming for zero deaths and injuries as her officers, and others from across the state, prepare for this Memorial Day weekend.

North Carolina truck driver injured after other driver makes U-turn

Most people in North Carolina expect that when an 18-wheeler is involved in an accident, the occupants in the other vehicle are more than likely the ones who receive a majority of the injuries. This is because of the fact that semi-trucks are much larger than the vehicles they usually come into contact with, providing a while lot of weight behind a collision.

North Carolina driver to face charges in child's death

Losing a loved one in a motor vehicle accident is never an easy thing to deal with; this is especially true if that loved one is a child.  For one family, their grief over their loss may be lessened this month after police announced they may be pressing charges against the man responsible for her death.

Motorcycle accident claims the life of Havelock man

Residents to our east in Havelock are mourning the death of a 45-year-old man who was fatally injured in a motorcycle accident at the end of last month.  While the family of the former U.S. Marine tries to deal with his loss, officers from the North Carolina State Highway Patrol are continuing to piece together the events of that fateful day.