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Three-Car Crash on Hwy 24-27 in Montgomery County, North Carolina, Tragically Kills Teacher

September 10, 2019

MONTGOMERY COUNTY, NC. – According to a news report posted online at, a three-car crash on North Carolina Highway 24-27 in Montgomery County, North Carolina, tragically killed a teacher. The cause of the accident is not yet known, and North Carolina Highway Patrol is still investigating.* 

The accident occurred in the afternoon, close to the border between Montgomery County and Moore County, North Carolina. North Carolina State Highway Patrol and The Stanly News & Press report that at approximately 3 p.m., a septic pump truck was traveling east on Highway 24-27 and crossed over the centerline of the roadway. This occurred less than two miles from Biscoe, North Carolina.

After crossing over center, the pump truck sideswiped a westbound Nissan Altima, then crashed head-on into a westbound Mazda (model not reported). It is not yet clear what caused the driver of the septic pump truck to leave her lane of travel. The report identified the driver of the truck as a 28-year-old woman from Troy, North Carolina, but did not say for whom she was working at the time or name the company that owned the truck. The driver reportedly told Troopers she did not remember what happened.

The Stanly News & Press reports that the driver of the Mazda was tragically killed in the accident. The report says she was a resident of Norwood, North Carolina, and a teacher in the Anson County School District. She had just turned 50 years old the day before the crash, the report says. She was the only person in her vehicle. 

The report further states that the driver of the Nissan and a passenger in the Nissan were not injured in the crash. The driver of the septic pump truck was injured, but it is not clear if she went to a hospital. 

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