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1 killed, 2 injured in head-on crash

A 51-year-old woman was killed in a two-car accident that occurred in North Carolina on Dec. 4. The crash happened shortly before 7 p.m., on the southbound side of U.S. Highway 52 nearby Deer Haven Drive. According to local reports, there were six people involved in the accident.

5-car crash kills 2 people in North Carolina

A five-car accident in North Carolina has killed a 44-year-old man and a 73-year-old woman. The crash occurred on Nov. 29 when the 44-year-old man's SUV veered into oncoming traffic and struck four other vehicles. Police have indicated that speed was a factor in the crash that also injured two other drivers.

North Carolina hit-and-run accident kills 2, injures 2 others

At 12:30 a.m. on Oct. 29, officials responded to an accident where a westbound truck driver on New Bern Avenue ran a red light and struck an eastbound car in Raleigh. The driver of the truck then allegedly fled the scene.

North Carolina couple killed in two-vehicle collision

An Oct. 1 auto accident near Skinner's Bypass in Lenoir County killed an octogenarian couple and hospitalized two other people, according the North Carolina State Highway Patrol. The accident happened when the couple's vehicle, a Honda, was attempting to pull out of the parking lot of a business located next to the highway and collided with a black Dodge pickup truck.

North Carolina accident kills 1 teen, injures 7 others

On Sept. 14 at around 1:35 a.m., a 17-year-old driving a pickup truck hit a ditch on Highway 130 in Supply. Three teens were riding in the bed of the truck, and the driver had four other teens inside of the vehicle with him. According to reports, officials transported the driver and all passengers to local hospitals for treatment of their injuries.

Dealing with death after a fatal car accident in North Carolina

After someone is killed in a car accident, it is important for those left behind to know how to move on with their lives. There are many steps that must be taken, from coping with the death itself to looking into the right to compensation as a result of the fatal car accident. Understanding the tactics that can be used can make a tragic and sad situation one that can be properly overcome.

Arrest made in North Carolina fatal car accident

An arrest has been made in the hit-and-run accident on state route 321 that resulted in the death of a 53-year-old woman from Lincolnton on a recent Wednesday night. North Carolina Highway Patrol officers arrested a 33-year-old man on felony charges. The suspect was subsequently released from police custody on a $25,000 bond.

2 killed, 1 injured in North Carolina head-on collision

A head-on collision on U. S. Highway 21 in State Road left the drivers of both vehicles involved in the crash dead and a passenger in one of the vehicles with critical injuries. The fatal collision happened just before noon on April 3.

Woman dies in accident

A 20-year-old woman from North Carolina was killed in an accident that occurred at about 9:41 p.m. on March 14. The Seagrove woman was traveling on Needham Grove Road toward Robbins. The road crested into a hill where authorities say visibility is poor. According to police, as the woman's car crested the hill, she drove slightly left of center. At the same time, a 1994 Toyota 4Runner driven by a 20-year-old man from Asheboro approached. The driver hit his brakes, but his 4Runner still moved towards the woman's car. She tried to turn the vehicle away, but it was struck by the oncoming Toyota.

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