Driver Killed in Single-Car Crash in Charlotte, North Carolina
CHARLOTTE, NC. – A driver was killed in a single-car crash in Charlotte, North Carolina, according to an online news story published by wcnc.com. Little information has been reported about the crash at this time, and police have not yet identified the victim. The cause of the collision has not been determined.*
The accident happened sometime in the evening on February 13, but reports did not specify what time that evening. A car traveling on Four Horse Road in Charlotte somehow left the roadway near Birling Road. It is still unclear what caused the driver of the vehicle to leave the road or what happened directly after the car ran off the roadway.
The car ended up crashing, causing serious injury to the driver. The Charlotte-Mecklenburg Police Department responded to the scene of the accident and found that the driver was already deceased. Officers did not release the name of the victim, as family members have not yet been notified.
It does not appear that anyone else was inside the car at the time it crashed. No other injuries were reported.
No other vehicles were involved in the wreck, and no descriptive information was reported about the car involved. Police did not say whether any factors, like speeding or road conditions, might have led to the collision.
The Charlotte-Mecklenburg Police Department is still in the process of investigating this crash, and officers have not reported further information to the public at this time. An updated report will be provided by police at a time to be determined.
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