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Sabrina Powell Killed in Wreck Near Beaufort NC

A young woman named Sabrina Powell was tragically killed on Saturday evening in a wreck near Beaufort, North Carolina.

The wreck happened on NC Highway 101 at around 6:30 pm when a another vehicle failed to stop at a stop sign.  As of this time, there is no indication about charges from the wreck.  However, it would seem likely that the driver who failed to stop at the stop sign would be charged with at least a misdemeanor death by motor vehicle.

Ms. Powell was 27 years old and from Beaufrot, North Carolina.

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UPS Driver Charged in NC Accident That Killed Julie Jenkins

A UPS driver has now been charged in the accident that killed a woman named Julie Jenkins on Halloween night in Burke County, North Carolina.

The wreck happened in Interstate 40 when the UPS truck rear-ended the car that Ms. Jenkins was riding in.  The UPS driver has been charged with a failure to reduce speed and misdemeanor death by motor vehicle.

The limited information about this wreck does not provide any additional facts about why the UPS driver may have failed to reduce speed.  If we learn more information about this tragic wreck, we will update this post.

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Stanly County NC School Bus Crash With Tractor-Trailer Seriously Injures Several Students

A very serious crash on Thursday morning in Stanly County has resulted in multiple injured students who were riding a school bus.  The wreck happened around 7:15 am when a tractor-trailer ran into the back of the school bus on NC Highway 24-27.

The school bus was transporting 25 students to West Stanly High School.  Tow of the students were seriously injured as was the truck driver and a the driver of a Ford F-150 pickup truck that was also hit in the collision.

The driver of the tractor-trailer is facing charges associated with this serious collision.

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Patricia Dean Killed in Ramseur NC Crash

A woman named Patricia Dean was tragically killed on Wednesday in a crash near Ramseur, North Carolina.  The crash happened at around 4:20 pm on US Highway 64 near the intersection with Pleasant Ridge Road.

Ms. Dean was a passenger in a vehicle that apparently crossed the center-line and ultimately crashed into an on-coming Ford SUV.  The driver of her vehicle was also seriously injured although it is not clear why the car crossed the center-line.

Ms. Dean was 51 years old and from Ramseur, North Carolina.

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