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Jean-Philippe Perrault Killed in Jacksonville NC Crash

A gentleman named Jean-Philippe Perrault was tragically killed in a crash on May 8, 2018 in Jacksonville, North Carolina.  The crash happened near the intersection of NC Highway 24 and Tallman Circle in the Midway Park area.

According to reports, Mr. Perrault was a passenger in a 2000 Honda driven by another man.  The driver of the Honda was attempting to turn left from NC Highway 24 onto Tallman Circle and crossed the path of an oncoming Honda driven by a woman from Hubert, North Carolina.  A collision then occurred with the 2011 Honda striking the passenger side of the 2000 Honda carrying Mr. Perrault.  Mr. Perrault was transported to the Naval Medical Center but did not survive.  He was 30 years old and apparently lived in Jacksonville.  The driver of the 2000 Honda has been charged with misdemeanor death by motor vehicle and a failure to yield.

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Greenville NC Accident at Evans Street and Arlington Boulevard Results in Serious Injuries

A very serious accident on Monday morning at the intersection of Evans Street and Arlington Boulevard in Greenville, North Carolina has resulted in injuries to at least one person.  The collision occurred just after 8:00 am when the driver of an SUV made a left turn from Evans Street onto Arlington Boulevard and did not yield for traffic traveling on Arlington Boulevard.  As a result, the SUV struck a white minivan causing injuries to the driver of the minivan.

The SUV driver has been charged with a safe movement violation.

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Henderson NC Crash Results in Death of Teen and Injuries to Two Other Teens

A tragic crash in Henderson, North Carolina over the weekend has resulted in the death of one teenager and serious injuries to two other teenagers.  The crash happened on US Highway 1 when a 29-year old man failed to slow down behind the teenagers and crashed into them.

The specific details of the crash and not clear but we do know that a 16 year old girl named Kasi Thompson was killed and a young man named Elijah Brown was seriously injured.  The teenagers are students at the Henderson Collegiate School.

The driver of the vehicle that hit the teenagers is facing several charges.  This driver was already due in court next week on charges of speeding and reckless driving and it appears he had a revoked license.  It is not clear why he did not reduce speed in causing this crash and hopefully investigating officers will be able to determine if he was distracted by using his phone or distracted by some other issue.

This is obviously a terrible collision and we certainly hope that the surviving teenagers recover from their injuries.

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Jonathan Guerrero Injured in Lumberton NC Hit-and-Run Crash

A gentleman named Jonathan Guerrero was injured on Monday in a hit-and-run crash in Lumberton, North Carolina.  The crash happened at around 10:55 am when a woman driving a GMC Envoy pulled out from a stop sign and into the path of Mr. Guerrero at the intersection of Pine Log Road and Norment Road.

Mr. Guerrero was taken by EMS to Southeastern Regional Medical Center.  The State Highway Patrol is still investigating this accident.

As a victim of a hit-and-run accident, Mr. Guerrero has very specific rights that must be considered in a case such as this.  Read more information about victims rights in a hit-and-run accident.

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