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North Carolina Pedestrian Accidents

Timothy Dickens Killed in Davidson County NC Pedestrian Crash

A gentleman named Timothy Dickens was tragically killed in a pedestrian versus vehicle crash on NC Highway 109 on Saturday morning.  The wreck happened as Mr. Dickens was walking along the fog line on the edge of the roadway when a Chevrolet pickup drifted over and struck him.

The pickup has been impounded and police are looking for the driver who was not identified.  Anyone with information about this crash is asked to contact the North Carolina State Highway Patrol at 800-233-3151.

 

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Trevor Vernon Seriously Injured in Greensboro NC Pedestrian Crash

A young man named Trevor Vernon was seriously injured on Friday afternoon in Greensboro, North Carolina.  According to available information, Mr. Vernon was walking along the sidewalk on Gate City Boulevard when a man pulling out of a parking lot hit him.  Reports suggest that Mr. Vernon was walking in accordance with North Carolina law and that the man driving the car may be at fault for this wreck.

Mr. Vernon, who is 21 years old, was taken to Moses Cone Hospital for treatment of serious injuries.

We certainly hope that Mr. Vernon will recover from his injuries.  As with many cases involving serious injuries to pedestrians, it remains to be learned whether the person driving the vehicle was possibly distracted at the time of the collision.  Hopefully, the police investigation will provide more information about the cause of this collision.

 

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Dorothea Ridenour Killed in Laurinburg NC Hit-and-Run Crash

A woman named Dorothea Ridenour was killed by a hit-and-run driver near Laurinburg, North Carolina last Wednesday.  The wreck happened around 5:30 am as Ms. Ridenour walked to work along US Highway 74 Business.  According to available information, as she was walking, a man driving a pickup hit her from behind knocking her into a ditch.

Available information indicates that Ms. Ridenour was wearing reflective clothing including a reflective shirt and a reflective hat.  She was found by co-workers from the plant where she worked when she did not make it into work that morning.

Police have located the vehicle involved in the collision and the vehicle is associated with Aberdeen Coca-Cola Bottling Company.  The driver of the vehicle is expected to be charged in the collision.

This is a very tragic accident and the family of Ms. Ridenour has our deepest sympathies.

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Ronald Adams Killed and Miriam Adams Injured in High Point NC Crash

A very serious accident in High Point NC has resulted in the death of a gentleman named Ronald Adams and injuries to his wife Miriam Adams.

The wreck happened on Thursday morning as Mr. and Mrs. Adams walked down a residential street.  As they were walking, they were hit by a woman who had failed to defrost her windshield before driving and, therefore, apparently did not see the Ronald and Miriam Adams.  The driver apparently crossed over the centerline and struck the two pedestrians.

This is a very sad case and this accident appears to have been preventable had the driver taken the time to ensure that she could see before driving.  Charges are pending against the driver.

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