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Linda Bullock Injured in Raleigh NC Accident

A woman named Linda Bullock suffered serious injuries in an crash while riding as a passenger in a health services van.  The crash happened on NC Highway 50 north of Raleigh at approximately 12:30 pm.  According to available information, Ms. Bullock and several other passengers were in a van travelling north on NC Highway 50.  At the intersection with Westerham Drive, a woman driving a Ford pickup truck turned left across the path of van causing the collision.

Ms. Bullock was one of several passengers in the van and it appears she suffered the most significant injuries.  The driver of the Ford pickup was cited for a failure to yield and an expired registration.

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Antonio Rousseau and Kendall Joiner Killed Bladen County NC Crash

A terrible crash in Bladen County, North Carolina on Wednesday morning has claimed three lives including passengers Antonio Rousseau and Kendall Joiner.  The crash happened at the intersection of NC Highway 210 and US Highway 701 at around 6:45 am.  According to available information, a woman driving a car failed to stop at a stop sign at the intersection and was hit by a tractor-trailer owned by Sanderson Farms.  The woman driving the car, Mr. Rousseau, and Mr. Joiner did not survive the wreck.  The driver of the tractor-trailer was apparently not hurt.

Mr. Rousseau was 20 years old and Mr. Joiner was 43 years old and they both resided in Fayetteville, North Carolina.  Apparently, the three occupants of the car were co-workers with Barnhill Construction.

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Bladen County NC Wreck On NC Highway 210 Claims Three Lives

A very serious crash crash on NC Highway 210 on Wednesday morning has resulted in the deaths of three people.  The accident happened at the intersection of Highway 210 and US 701 when a car traveling on NC 210 apparently ran a stop sign and was hit by a tractor trailer.

There were three people inside the car who died.  The three people were apparently contract laborers for Barnhill Construction in Fayetteville, North Carolina.  There is no indication that the driver of the tractor trailer was injured.

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Serious Crash on US 421 in New Hanover County, NC Results in Injuries

A very serious crash on US Highway 421 in New Hanover County, NC on Tuesday afternoon has resulted in very serious injuries.  The crash happened at around 1:15 pm on US 421 near the intersection with I-140.  According to available information, a Honda Civic traveling in the southbound lane of US 421 was rear-ended by a Toyota.  The force of the impact pushed the Civic into oncoming traffic where it was hit head-on by a truck.

The driver of Civic was transported to New Hanover Regional Medical Center for emergency surgery.  The truck driver was also treated for injuries.  The driver of the Toyota was charged with a failure to reduce speed.

At this point, it is not clear why the driver of the Toyota failed to reduce speed or whether the driver was distracted by the use of a cell phone or a similar device.  If I were a victim of this crash, I would certainly want to know why this very preventable crash occurred.  Hopefully, the driver of the Toyota has sufficient insurance to cover the very serious claims arising from this crash.

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