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Morrisville NC Hit-and-Run Crash Results in Several Injuries

The Morrisville, NC Police Department is looking for anyone who may have witnessed a serious accident on Saturday night at the intersection of Airport Boulevard and Factory Shops Road.  The crash happened just after 10:00 pm.  According to available information, a vehicle pulled out from Aerial Center Parkway into the path of a pickup truck.  The pickup truck then swerved to the right to avoid the collision but struck a Jeep Wrangler.  As a result, the Jeep Wrangler ended up on its side against a utility pole.

The people in the Jeep were transported to the hospital.

The police are asking that anyone with information regarding this collision contact Sergeant J. Almond at 919-463-1610.  Read more about this crash.

In the event that the driver of the responsible vehicle is not identified, the injured victims in the Jeep still have options available for a recovery for their injuries.  Frequently, insurance policy coverage known as uninsured motorist coverage will be available to assist victims injured in a hit-and-run crash.  Pleas feel free to contact our office if you have any questions about your rights as a victim in a hit-and-run crash.

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Raleigh NC Hit-and-Run Accident Injures Porcia Lewis and Rheamon Lewis

A 16 year old river was charged with felony hit-and-run for his role in a Monday afternoon crash that injured two women named Porcia and Rheamon Lewis.  The crash happened around 4:30 pm near the intersection of Falls of Neuse Road and Common Oaks Drive in the northern part of Raleigh.

There is no word on the medical condition of the two injured women and we certainly hope that the will be OK.  Hopefully, the hit-and-run driver has enough insurance to help these two innocent victims.  Read more information about the rights of victims involved in a hit-and-run accident.

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Steven McGregor Killed in West End NC Hit and Run

A gentleman named Steven McGregor was killed early Friday morning while he walked to his job at a local McDonalds near West End, North Carolina.

The accident happened on Route 211 likely before 5:00 am as that is when Mr. McGregor was scheduled to begin his shift at McDonalds.  Apparently, a surveillance camera at a nearby convenience store captured an image of the vehicle suspected of hitting Mr. McGregor and that vehicle is now in storage. Tips from people who called into the NC State Highway Patrol were helpful as well.  As of this time, no arrests have been made but the State Highway Patrol is still investigating the incident. Apparently the driver has also now been located.

Mr. McGregor was 23 years old.

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Wilson NC I-95 Tractor Trailer Hit And Run Critically Injures New York Man

On Monday afternoon, a tractor-trailer apparently changed lanes and struck a vehicle driven by a New York man named Gary Holliday.  As a result of the collision, the car driven by Mr. Holliday was knocked down an embankment and into the adjacent trees.

The accident happened around 3:00 pm just north of the intersection of I-95 and NC Highway 42.  The tractor-trailer, which apparently has some green paint, was switching lanes and may not have realized it hit the car.  By all accounts, there were some heroic efforts by other travelers that helped Mr. Holliday from his car.

Hopefully, the State Highway Patrol will identify the tractor-trailer involved in this wreck as it appears that Mr. Holliday was seriously injured.  Most tractor-trailers carry at least $750,000 of insurance in order to comply with federal standards and Mr. Holliday may need every penny of this money to cover his medical bills and injuries.  There may also be a question of why Mr. Holliday’s airbag failed to deploy and whether that contributed to his injuries.  Depending on the age of the vehicle involved, there may be a claim against the manufacturer of the car regarding the airbag.

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