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10-year-old Child Tragically Killed in an Accident on I-95 in Robeson County, North Carolina

May 02, 2021

ROBESON COUNTY, NC - A news story published on states that a 10-year-old was tragically killed in an accident last Tuesday morning in Robeson County, North Carolina.*  According to 1st Sargeant S.B. Lewis with North Carolina Highway Patrol, the mother was charged. The collision occurred at approximately 1:20 AM on I-95 mile marker 28. A Honda Accord was driving in the left lane of I-95 and ran off the side of the road and then struck a tractor-trailer traveling southbound.

According to the North Carolina Highway Patrol troopers, the tractor-trailer then overturned on its side. At the moment of collision, the Honda broke into numerous pieces, and the child was tragically killed at the accident scene.

The North Carolina Highway Patrol states that the driver was charged with Driving While Impaired (DWI) and driving with a suspended license.   

The truck driver was taken to the hospital for medical treatment of his accident-related injuries. The truck driver’s injuries were considered non-life-threatening. The accident is currently under investigation. 

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