Head-on car accident kills 1, injures 1 in North Carolina

There are a variety of factors that may influence the severity of a collision, ranging anywhere from speed of impact to point of contact. The higher the speed of impact, the greater the chance an incident could pose a significant threat to the safety of those involved. A recent head-on car accident in North Carolina involving a vehicle that was travelling close to 70 mph has reportedly killed one person and caused another to suffer serious injuries.

Head-on crash

According to reports, the collision occurred just before 4 p.m. on a recent Sunday. Law enforcement agents advised that a man was driving eastbound at a speed of up to 70 mph when for reasons still under investigation, he suddenly veered into the oncoming lane. Reports indicate that his vehicle proceeded to hit a second vehicle head-on soon thereafter.

Authorities say that the driver of the first car was pronounced dead at the scene of the crash. They also advised that at least one occupant in the other vehicle suffered injuries in the process. Traffic in the area was rerouted as authorities were forced to close down portions of the road for several hours while the investigation into the incident remained underway.

Injured in a crash

Individuals in North Carolina who suffer severe injuries in a car accident involving a negligent driver may experience various challenges throughout the recovery period, or even through the remainder of their lives. Those who suffer harm under similar scenarios could benefit from consulting with legal counsel for guidance on the next steps to take to seek restitution. An attorney can examine the incident and work with a client in preparing to pursue the compensation deserved through a personal injury claim.

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