Three killed in multi-car crash in Whiteville

The Associated Press

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WHITEVILLE — The N.C. Highway Patrol says three people are dead after a multi-car accident south of Whiteville.

Troopers say a driver couldn’t complete a pass in a no-passing zone on U.S. 701 Friday night and tried to get back into the lane. That car hit the fender of the vehicle in front of it, causing 78-year-old Furley James Brown to lose control of his car and crash into a third car head-on.

Brown died in the collision. Two children in the other car, 13-year-old Brenda Inez Acosta and 8-year-old Brittany Marie Long, were also killed. Three teenagers in the car trying to make the pass suffered minor injuries.

A fourth car was struck by debris from the wreck, but no one in that vehicle was hurt.


Car Driving and Car Safety

Car accidents and other vehicle accidents are very common these days and also increasing day by day. There are several reasons for which accidents are normally happening every time. Distract driving, drunk driving, rash driving etc are some of those reasons for which car accidents are happening. Car operators and also other vehicle operators should drive their vehicles consciously and carefully for their safety. Car engine and break repair also very necessary for the safety of car operators.

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