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May 2012 Archives

North Carolina man pleads guilty in fatal crash

A North Carolina man, accused of being responsible for a crash that left another man dead, has pleaded guilty after agreeing to a deal with prosecutors. The man will still face charges of leaving the scene of car accident and involuntary manslaughter, but will dodge the death resulting from reckless driving and driving without a license charges prosecutors initially filed against him.

Family of crash victim want suspect extradited from North Carolina

The family of a 29-year-old woman killed in a car crash is hoping to see the suspect thought responsible for the wreck brought to justice. Although the fatal car accident occurred in late 2011, the suspect has been living in North Carolina despite having a warrant out for his arrest. The victim's step-father says the woman's family wants authorities to take action and extradite the suspect away from North Carolina.

Truck driver charged after North Carolina accident

A truck driver has been charged with speeding following his involvement in a crash that left a bridge covered in sulfuric acid. The 43-year-old Canadian man allegedly contributed to the accident by traveling at an excessive speed, but the North Carolina Highway Patrol says any additional charges are unlikely. According to investigators, the truck accident left the driver injured, but his wounds were not life threatening. He was taken to a nearby hospital for treatment.

North Carolina accident leaves one dead, more injured

The North Carolina Highway Patrol is seeking witnesses to a car accident that left a 25-year-old man dead and four more people injured. Police say the man's vehicle veered across the center line before colliding with a van, but it remains unclear what caused the car to cross the line.

Car accident leaves two dead in North Carolina

One person is dead following a single-car crash in North Carolina. According to the North Carolina Highway Patrol, the fatal accident occurred at around 3 a.m. in Union County, about 180 miles from Wrightsville Beach. A trooper with the NCHP who helped process the crash site said the driver appeared to have been traveling over 90 mph just before the crash. Police do not believe the driver was impaired by alcohol at the time.

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