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Felipe McDonald and Chappalle Sutton Injured in Gibsonville NC Tire Blow Out Wreck

A blown tire on a Ford Expedition on Thursday afternoon on Interstate 40 near Gibsonville, North Carolina has resulted in several serious injuries.  The wreck happened at around 3:30 pm near exit 138.  According to available information, a man driving the Ford Expedition lost control of the vehicle after the tire blew out.  The vehicle struck the concrete median and overturned several times.

A passenger, Mr. Felipe McDonald from Durham was ejected during the crash.  He was transported to Moses Cone Hospital in Greensboro for treatment.  Another passenger, Chappalle Sutton, was also seriously injured and also taken to Moses Cone for treatment.  The driver of the Ford Expedition was taken to UNC Medical Center with life threatening injuries.

At this time, it is not clear why the tire blew out.  If we learn more about this wreck, we will update this story.

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Henrico North Carolina Van Crash Results in Multiple Injuries

A multi-passenger van crashed in Henrico, North Carolina in Northampton County on Thursday evening resulting in multiple injuries.  The crash happened on River Road near Post Office Road at around 6:40 pm.  According to available information, the van involved rolled over.  At least seventeen people in the van were injured and some were seriously injured.

At this time, it is not clear what caused this collision or whether there were any other vehicles involved.  If we learn more about this wreck, we will update this story.

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Xavier Norman Injured in Hubert NC Crash

A young man named Xavier Norman was injured in a crash near Hubert, North Carolina on Monday that also claimed one life and resulted in injuries to several other people.  The crash happened around 12:13 pm at the intersection of Smith Road and Riggs Road when a man ran a stop sign while driving a Toyota Rav4.  The Toyota his a Nissan Maxima carrying Mr. Norman and one other person who sustained minor injuries.

A passenger in the Toyota tragically did not survive the wreck.  According to State Highway Patrol Officers on the scene, the intersection was posted with flashing lights and it is unclear why the man did not stop at the stop sign.

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Dylan Renn Killed in Durham NC Crash

A young man named Dylan Renn was tragically killed last Saturday in a wreck on North Roxboro Street in Durham, North Carolina.  The wreck apparently happened while Mr. Renn was riding as a passenger in a truck that went off the side of the road, overcorrected, then crossed a median and hit a Honda Pilot.  Mr. Renn was ejected in the collision and did not survive.

The driver of the truck and the driver of the Honda were also injured.  The driver of the truck has been charged with several crimes including driving with a suspended license, failure to wear a seat belt, and misdemeanor death by motor vehicle.

At this time it is not clear why the driver went off the side of the road.  Mr. Renn was 23 years old and from Henderson, North Carolina.

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