A correspondent for NBC was at the 2014 US Open, and he was being driven around the course by another man on a golf cart. He had been dropped off near one of the tee areas when the driver decided to leave, and he passed a police officer on the way out, allegedly running over his foot.
The North Carolina Highway Patrol reported an accident that occurred recently in Gaston County that injured five people. The vehicles involved were an ambulance and a car.
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.
North Carolina's Gov. McCrory declared May to be Motorcycle Safety Awareness Month. The mild temperatures are sure to bring motorcycle enthusiasts out in force for a bit of wind therapy after our long winter, and the governor wants everyone to pay close attention while on the roads to avoid motorcycle accidents.
A recent Saturday afternoon wreck killed one man and seriously injured his wife on Interstate 440, just short of the exit onto I-40 near Jones Franklin Road in Raleigh.
Interstate 40 in Orange County was the scene of a recent early morning head-on collision resulting from an alleged drunken driver traveling for five to 10 miles in the wrong direction.
Driving while under the influence is a serious offense that puts the life and limb of other motorists and pedestrians at risk. A Fayetteville, North Carolina, woman who made the choice to drink and drive is learning this lesson the hard way.
Charges were filed on April 17 against a driver who was accused of causing a fatal car accident that left an off-duty police officer dead. The authorities stated that the man, an employee of the North Carolina Department of Transportation, was driving a state-owned vehicle at the time of the accident. He was charged with misdemeanor death by motor vehicle and driving left of center.
According to a public opinion poll, many believe that hands-free technology in vehicles is safer to use while driving than handheld cellphones. However, North Carolina resident may not know that several studies show that this is not the case.
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.