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Fatal car accident leaves North Carolina community grieving

It is the responsibility of motor vehicle operators to act according to the highest level of safety standards and applicable traffic laws when navigating the nation's roadways. Negligent acts such as speeding or failing to obey traffic signals can lead to accidents that may have been otherwise preventable were it not for careless driving. A North Carolina community was recently struck by tragedy when a fatal car accident took the life of a 16-year-old athlete.

Tragedy left in the wake of North Carolina car accident

When a person decides to get behind the wheel of a car in North Carolina or elsewhere, he or she is expected to obey all traffic laws. The personal safety of the driver and all others in or near the roadway depends on it. What is a family to do, then, when they suffer the untimely death of a loved one due to the negligent actions of a motorist in a car accident?

Fatal car accident brings tragedy to North Carolina roadway

An incident involving two motor vehicles occurred on a recent Monday in North Carolina. The fatal car accident left a tragedy in its wake. Alcohol consumption was suspected to be a leading factor in the tragic collision that might otherwise have been prevented.

North Carolina athlete is said to have caused personal injury

A recent incident that occurred in North Carolina involved a motor scooter and a pedestrian. One of the individuals involved was a college athlete who has since been removed from the team. Another man, who suffered a personal injury in the accident, was reportedly standing on a sidewalk, where he was waiting for a bus at the time the collision occurred.

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