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Danielle Locklear Anastacia Locklear and Tiffany Goines Killed in Robeson County NC Crash on Washed Out Roadway

Danielle Locklear, Anastacia Locklear and Tiffany Goines were tragically killed earlier this week near Maxton, North Carolina in Robeson County when there car went off the roadway in an area where the road appears to have been washed out.

Information about this crash is somewhat unclear and the NC State Highway Patrol is still investigating the collision.  However, the father of one of the victims noted that there was no warning about the road condition and there is some indication the roadway was washed out in previous storms.  If this is in fact how the wreck happened, there is a significant question about whether the NCDOT properly maintained this roadway.

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Kim Ingold Killed in Biscoe, North Carolina Collision With Truck

A teacher from Anson County, North Carolina named Kim Ingold was tragically killed on Saturday when her car was hit head-on by a septic truck.  The wreck happened on NC Highway 24-27 near the Montgomery County and Moore County line.

According to available information, a woman driving a septic truck sideswiped a Nissan Altima then hit Ms. Ingold’s car head-on.  Ms. Ingold has just turned 50 years old and was a school teacher in the Anson County school system.  She was apparently coming home from watching the NC State Wolfpack play a home football game against Western Carolina.

At this time, there is little information known about why the woman driving the septic truck failed to maintain her lane of travel.  If we learn more about this tragic wreck, we will update this post.

Read more about this terrible crash.

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Pedestrian Clifton Lawrence Killed in Crash Near Morehead City, North Carolina

A pedestrian named Clifton Lawrence was tragically killed on Friday in a crash near Morehead City, North Carolina on Friday evening.  The crash happened around 6:30 pm on North Carolina Highway 24.

There is very little information available about this crash except that reports suggest the driver of the vehicle will not be charged.  It is not clear how the wreck happened and if we learn more about this crash, we will update this post.

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Gregory Gerald and Russell Kearney Seriously Injured in Interstate 85 Crash Near Lexington, North Carolina

A very serious crash on Interstate 85 near Lexington, North Carolina on Wednesday morning happened when a woman driving a Toyota Camry crossed from the northbound lanes of I-85 and hit a tractor-trailer headed southbound on the interstate.  According to reports, the woman became distracted when something fell onto the floorboard of her car and lost control of her vehicle.  The car crossed the median and hit the tractor-trailer driven by Gregory Gerald causing the tractor-trailer to veer off the roadway and down an embankment into a tree.  Mr. Gerald and his passenger Russell Kearney were both seriously injured.

The 17 year old driver was charged with failure to maintain lane control.

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