11-Year-Old Boy Killed in Vehicle Wreck in Asheboro, North Carolina
ASHEBORO, NC. – An 10 year-old boy was killed in a vehicle wreck in Asheboro, North Carolina, according to an online news report published by myfox8.com. Three vehicles were involved in the crash in total, and the crash also caused injuries to five people.*
At approximately 8 a.m. on February 13, a 2004 Ford SUV was traveling south on North Fayetteville Street in Asheboro. At the intersection with West Bailey Street, a northbound 2007 Nissan attempted turned left and drove in front of the Ford. The Ford then crashed into the back passenger’s side of the Nissan.
The Nissan continued forward on West Bailey Street after the impact and crashed into a third vehicle that was stopped on the street. The make and model of this third vehicle was not reported.
An 10-year-old boy who was riding in the Nissan was critically injured in the wreck. He had been sitting in the seat right next to the point of impact, and first responders pronounced him deceased at the scene of the collision. His name has not been released.
Two other children in the Nissan and the driver of the Nissan were transported to a local hospital with unknown injuries. They have also not been identified, and their current medical statuses have not been reported.
Reports said two additional people were transported to a hospital with injuries. However, it is not clear if these people were in the Ford or the third vehicle involved in the crash. They have also not been identified.
Authorities are still investigating the wreck, and no further information has been released at this time.
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