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Benjamin Vasquez, Claudia Gray, and Hanna Brotherton Killed in Crash With Impaired Motorcyclist in Charlotte, North Carolina

Four young people were tragically killed when a motorcyclist apparently turned across the path of a Hyundai near Charlotte, North Carolina. The motorcyclist and three backseat passengers in the Hyundai were killed including passengers Benjamin Vasquez, Claudia Gray and Hanna Brotherton.  The driver of the motorcycle is believed to possibly be impaired and excessive speed is believed to be a factor.

Mr. Vasquez was 24 years old.  Ms. Gray was 27 years old and Ms. Brotherton was 22 years old.

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Rafael Perez and Louis Alfarodo Killed in Fayetteville NC Bus Crash

A very serious bus crash on US Interstate 95 near Fayetteville, North Carolina has resulted in two deaths and multiple serious injuries.  The crash happened late Saturday evening when a bus traveling to New York ran off the road and struck a tree at around 10:00 p.m.  The bus was apparently traveling from Florida and had a total of 14 people inside.

The victims include Rafael Perez from Yonkers, New York and Louis Alfarodo from the Bronx, New York who were both killed in the crash.  Multiple other victims were hospitalized with serious injuries including the driver who is in critical condition.

At this time, it is not clear why the bus ran off the road but there has been some speculation that the driver may have fallen asleep.

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Clayton NC Crash Caused by Impaired Driver Results in Multiple Injuries

A very serious crash in Clayton, North Carolina on Saturday evening has resulted in multiple injuries.  The crash happened on U.S. Highway 70 when a woman was driving the wrong way in a Honda Civic.  She crashed her car into a Toyota Camry that was carrying three people who were all injured.  Tow of the occupants of the Toyota Camry were seriously injured.

The driver of the Honda has been charged with several crimes including driving while impaired and driving without insurance.  The fact that she was driving without insurance may have very important impacts on the potential claims for the injured victims.  If the Honda driver does not have insurance, the three victims may have claims for uninsured motorist coverage under the terms of various policies of insurance.  Click here to read more about claims involving drivers without insurance.

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Felipe McDonald and Chappalle Sutton Injured in Gibsonville NC Tire Blow Out Wreck

A blown tire on a Ford Expedition on Thursday afternoon on Interstate 40 near Gibsonville, North Carolina has resulted in several serious injuries.  The wreck happened at around 3:30 pm near exit 138.  According to available information, a man driving the Ford Expedition lost control of the vehicle after the tire blew out.  The vehicle struck the concrete median and overturned several times.

A passenger, Mr. Felipe McDonald from Durham was ejected during the crash.  He was transported to Moses Cone Hospital in Greensboro for treatment.  Another passenger, Chappalle Sutton, was also seriously injured and also taken to Moses Cone for treatment.  The driver of the Ford Expedition was taken to UNC Medical Center with life threatening injuries.

At this time, it is not clear why the tire blew out.  If we learn more about this wreck, we will update this story.

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