Two North Carolina military members have filed a multi-million dollar wrongful death suit after their infant son was killed at an on-base childcare facility. The pair, both of whom are stationed at Fort Bragg in North Carolina, are seeking $10 million in connection with the incident, which they say occurred because of staff negligence. They allege that their 4-month-old child died because an irresponsible worker left the child face-down on a blanket.
The young man climbed out of the rear window of his vehicle after the near-fatal crash in North Carolina. After potentially suffering some kind of injury, he limped to a nearby home on a rural road to seek help after the early morning collision. Then, he was shot by police.
A fatal accident in Asheville, North Carolina, may result in criminal charges for the driver of a limousine after two passengers died while in his vehicle. The victims, both in their mid-20s, had been married for less than three months when they were killed in the crash on Interstate 26.
A North Carolina town is facing a civil suit in connection with the drowning death of a 19-year-old Raleigh man in 2011. The Town of Carolina Beach is implicated in the wrongful death suit, which was filed by the young man's father. News reports show the suit was filed in Hanover Superior Court in late June.