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Candy Jackson Seriously Injured in Clinton NC Crash

A woman named Candy Jackson was seriously injured in a three-vehicle crash last Tuesday near Clinton, North Carolina.

The crash happened Tuesday afternoon at the intersection of NC 242 and State Road 1338.  According to reported information, a man driving a 2006 Nissan eastbound on State Road 1338 did not stop at the stop sign for the intersection.  This man’s vehicle collided with a truck traveling northbound on NC 242.  The woman driving the truck, Jennifer Mooney, went off the road and overturned into a ditch.

As this was happening, a third vehicle traveling southbound on NC 242 and driven by Candy Jackson tried to brake and went off the roadway to the right to avoid the other two vehicles.  Ms. Jackson’s vehicle collided into a ditch and flipped onto its side.

Ms. Jackson was transported by life-flight to Wakemed.  Her passenger, Christopher Jackson, was taken to Sampson Regional Medical Center for treatment.

The driver of the Nissan was charged with failure to stop at a stop sign and no operator’s license.

Read more about this serious crash.

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Truck Driver Earl Johnson Killed in Lumberton NC Crash

A truck driver named Earl Johnson was tragically killed in a wreck on Sunday evening in Lumberton, North Carolina.  The wreck happened at around 10:00 pm on Interstate 95 near Exit 19.

According to available information, a man driving a Ford F 150 attempted to merge onto I-95 and crossed into the path of Mr. Johnson as he traveled southbound in a Kenworth tractor-trailer.

Mr. Johnson then ran off the right side of the roadway and his truck overturned down an embankment.

The man driving the Ford F-150 has been charged in this incident.

Mr. Johnson was 74 years old.

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Ward Miller Killed in North Carolina Interstate 40 Accident With Tractor Trailer

A gentleman named Ward Miller was tragically killed in an accident on Interstate 40 near Iredell, North Carolina on Wednesday afternoon.

The wreck happened at around 2:20 pm between mile markers 156 and 155 where apparently there was heavy traffic.  According to available information, Mr. Miller was stopped in the right lane due to traffic and a 2001 Peterbilt tractor-trailer swerved in attempt to avoid the stopped traffic and struck Mr. Miller.

Mr. Miller was pronounced dead at the accident scene.  A passenger in Mr. Miller’ scar was transported to a hospital for treatment.  Mr. Miller was 65 years old and from Winston-Salem, North Carolina.

The Peterbilt tractor-trailer also hit a Chevrolet pickup truck causing injuries to the driver.

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Truck Driver Kenny Maddox Killed in North Carolina Crash With Disabled Vehicle

A gentleman named Kenny Maddox was tragically killed on Friday in a truck accident at the intersection of Interstate 77 and Interstate 485 near Huntersville, North Carolina.

The wreck happened when Mr. Maddox was merging from I-77 South on I-485.  Apparently, someone had left a vehicle disabled on the on-ramp and Mr. Maddox could not avoid hitting the vehicle.

Due to the impact, Mr. Maddox’s truck crashed into a wall of an overpass and burst into flames.  The District Attorney is considering charges against the person who left the vehicle on the on-ramp.

Mr. Maddox leaves behind six children and five grandchildren.

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