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Highway 70 Crash in Clayton NC Results in Multiple Injuries

A serious crash on US Highway 70 in Clayton, North Carolina has resulted in multiple injuries.  The crash happened on Saturday night around 8:00 near the intersection of Town Centre Boulevard.  According to available information, a Hyundai Tucson traveling eastbound on Highway 70 crossed the median into the westbound lane and hit a Toyota Camry head-on.  There is no word on how seriously the Camry driver was injured.

The driver of the Camry had to be extricated from his vehicle.  The woman driving the Hyundai and her 10 year old child were taken to the hospital for treatment of injuries.  A Chevy Traverse traveling westbound was also hit during the collision and the driver of the Traverse was also transported to a local emergency room for treatment.

There is no indication as to why the driver of the Hyundai lost control and crossed the median and into the opposite travel lane.  If we learn more about the cause of this accident, we will update this post.

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Man Driving Wrong Way on I-40 Kills Reagan Hartley

A young woman named Reagan Hartley was killed on Thursday night by a driver fleeing police and driving the wrong direction on Interstate 40.

The accident happened in Greensboro, North Carolina sometime after 10:00 pm.  According to reports, Randleman police were chasing the driver of an SUV and the chase extended into Greensboro.  At that point, the Guilford County Sheriff’s Office become involved.  During the chase, the SUV drove off of I-40 and then back onto I-40 but headed west in the eastbound lanes.  Shortly thereafter, the SUV struck Ms. Hartley’s vehicle head-on.  The driver of the SUV, Ronnie Fichera, was seriously injured and has pending criminal charges arising form the wreck.

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Tanya Mann of North Carolina Killed in Virginia Accident Involving Tractor Trailers

A woman named Tanya Mann was traveling on Interstate 81 in Virginia on Wednesday when she was killed in a terrible accident.

The facts of the accident are not entirely clear.  However, it appears that a tractor-trailer operated by a man from Texas lost control and overturned in the median and southbound lane.  A second tractor-trailer driver was killed when his rig struck a piece of guardrail damaged in the initial wreck.  Ms. Mann apparently struck part of the first overturned tractor-trailer.  The driver of the first tractor-trailer was charged with reckless driving.

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This is a very unusual accident with tragic consequences.  Hopefully, accident investigators will be able to determine why the first tractor-trailer lost control and overturned.  In many cases such as this, quickly securing the driver’s logs can be important because driver fatigue is often responsible for the accident.  Other issues regarding the operation of the tractor-trailer can be determined through a download of the truck’s black box which must be handled by a skilled accident engineer.  Our firm has significant experience working with accident engineers in all types of tractor-trailer cases.

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Head On Collision in Rowan County, NC Results in Serious Injuries

A very serious head-on collision on Monday in Rowan County, NC has resulted injuries to four people.

The accident happened on Woodlief Road and resulted in two adults and two children suffering injuries.  The crash occurred sometime just after noon and in an area where there were some icy patches on the road.

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Accidents occurring during bad weather are sometimes though to be nobody’s fault.  However, North Carolina requires that all drivers operate their vehicle under control and at a speed that is appropriate under the circumstances.  Unfortunately, there are many accident cases from this year involving ice and snow.  In most of these cases, North Carolina law would likely determine that at least one driver was at fault for not driving properly under the circumstances.

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