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Durham NC Gas Explosion Lawyer

A very serious gas explosion occurred on April 10, 2019 in downtown Durham, North Carolina.  The explosion occurred just after 10:00 am at the 100 block of North Duke Street.  One person, a gentleman named Kong Lee, was killed at 17 people were injured.  Some of the injured are in critical condition.  Mr. Lee operated a coffee shop in the destroyed building.

According to reports, a contractor hit a 2-inch natural gas line around 9:38 am and that this was reported to Dominion Energy, formerly PSNC.  Apparently, firefighters had been dispatched to the area before the explosion.  However, there is no indication that Dominion Energy shut off the flow of natural gas following a report of the leak.  Rather, reports, indicate that Dominion Energy did not shut off the gas until 11:10 am which was well after the explosion.

If you or a family member were a victim of yesterday’s explosion and have questions about your legal rights, contact the lawyers at Hendren Redwine & Malone today.  We are actively engaged in litigation against PSNC, now Dominion Energy, regarding an natural gas explosion that seriously injured a Durham man in 2017.

 

 

Wrong Way Drunk Driver Causes Serious Wreck on I-40 in Greensboro NC

A very serious wreck on Interstate 40 in Greensboro, North Carolina involving a wrong way driver has resulted in several serious injuries.  The wreck happened around 4:30 am in the eastbound lanes near the Gate City Boulevard exit.

According to available information, the wrong way driver hit a car and then a tractor-trailer overturned as it tried to avoid the wreck.

The initial investigation indicates that the wrong way driver was drunk at the time of the collision.  Apparently, this driver and the driver of the first car that was hit were both seriously injured.  There is no word on charges at this time.

Read more about this serious accident.

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If you or a family member were involved in this incident and have questions about your legal rights, please call Hendren, Redwine & Malone and ask to speak with Mike Malone. You can also send an email to Mike Malone by using the message box on the right. We typically respond within an hour of receiving a message.

 

Robert Turner Killed in Gaston, NC Hit-and-Run Accident

A gentleman named Robert Turner from Henrico, North Carolina was tragically killed in a one vehicle accident on Monday near Gaston, North Carolina.

The information about this accident is still developing but initial reports indicate that Mr. Turner was riding as a passenger in a vehicle driven by another man on NC Highway 46 in Northampton County, North Carolina.  Just after midnight on April 1, the vehicle ran off the roadway, overturned, and struck a tree.  Mr. Turner was a front seat passenger in the vehicle.  The driver of the vehicle fled the scene.

An extensive of local hospitals by the NC State Highway Patrol allowed identification of the driver the next day after he presented himself to Halifax Regional Hospital with serious neck injuries.

Read more about this serious crash.

Read more about North Carolina hit-and-run accidents.

Hendren, Redwine & Malone posts this article to allow people who visit our website access to stories and information that might be of interest and, where appropriate, to make decisions about matters that may improve their lives. By posting this article, Hendren, Redwine & Malone makes no representations as to any relationship we may have with any of the individuals or businesses that are discussed in the article. If you are a family member of someone discussed in this article and have some concerns about the posting of this article, please contact us immediately. This post is an advertisement for legal services.

If you or a family member were involved in this incident and have questions about your legal rights, please call Hendren, Redwine & Malone and ask to speak with Mike Malone. You can also send an email to Mike Malone by using the message box on the right. We typically respond within an hour of receiving a message.

Failure to Yield Results in Injuries to Joanie Locklear and Others in NC Collision

A woman turned into the path of a vehicle driven by Joanie Locklear of New London, NC on Tuesday night causing a very serious collision which resulted in numerous injuries.  The wreck happened at the intersection of NC Highway 109 and Old US Highway 64.

The woman who turned across Ms. Locklear’s path has been charged with a failure to yield.  In addition to Ms. Locklear, other injured victims include Benson Wilkins, Wanda Wilkins, and Akaiyan Hunt.

Read more about this serious collision.

Hendren, Redwine & Malone posts this article to allow people who visit our website access to stories and information that might be of interest and, where appropriate, to make decisions about matters that may improve their lives. By posting this article, Hendren, Redwine & Malone makes no representations as to any relationship we may have with any of the individuals or businesses that are discussed in the article. If you are a family member of someone discussed in this article and have some concerns about the posting of this article, please contact us immediately. This post is an advertisement for legal services.

If you or a family member were involved in this incident and have questions about your legal rights, please call Hendren, Redwine & Malone and ask to speak with Mike Malone. You can also send an email to Mike Malone by using the message box on the right. We typically respond within an hour of receiving a message.