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Three drivers were seriously injured
in a rash of accidents on
Brunswick County's highways last
week, the State Highway Patrol
reported. Two accidents occurred on
the same stretch of N.C. B7 about ten
miles south of Belvllle.
A I eland woman remained in
serious condition in New Hanover
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after being thrown from her truck in
a one-car accident early Thursday
Corlnna Henry Parks, .'to, was driving
a 1084 Dalsun track at a hlgti rate
of speed wlien her truck ran off the
road on the right while rounding a
curve, Trooper D.A. lewis reported.
lewis estimated Ms. Parks was
traveling around 75 mpli in medium
to heavy fog when her truck struck
the ditch. She was thrown from the
truck, lundlng about 43 feet away on
the right side of the highway, lewis
Charges are still lending at this
time in the 5:30 a.m. accident.
Damage was estimated at $10,000 to
A I eland num was also seriously
Injured Saturday alter his 19B2 DMC
track ran off the shoulder and over
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Herbert Dickie Gainey Jr., 36, was
traveling at a high rate of speed when
his truck ran off the right shoulder,
crossed to the left shoulder and overturned
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Memorial Hospital in Wilmington
with serious injuries.
Damage was estimated at $3,000 to
Die truck in the 7:55 p.m. accident.
A Wlnruibow woman also received
serious injuries last Friday after her
car struck the rear of another car
that had stopped at an intersection on
N.C. 133 one mile south of Boiling
Ubby C. Sarner, 49, was charged
with failure to reduce speed by
lYooper D.B. Harvell. Ms. Sarner's
1985 Honda struck the rear of a 1981
Oldsmobile driven by Cecil Carlus
Woolen, 62, of Kaleigh.
According to Harvell's report,
Woolen luid stopped ut the roadway
crossing when Ms. Sarner failed to
reduce speed. Ms. Sarner was taken
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load south of Shallotte Friday evenInjured.
to Dosher Memorial Hospital in
Southport with serious injuries.
Damage was estimated at $4,000 to
Ms. Sarner's car and about $2,000 to
the Wooten vehicle.
In an accident last Thursday after
noon, a Shollotte man escaped
serious injuries after his car was
struck in the side by a tractor trailer
truck hauling glass panels on U.S. 17
William Marshall Cooper, 27, of
Shallotte, was attempting a left turn
into I,ewis Auto Sales in Supply when
his 1971 Chevrolet was struck by a
1985 Internationa! tractor trailer
driven by Charles Kugene Brown, 27,
of Rock Hill, S.C., Trooper D.A.
According to Lewis' report. Cooper
was attempting to make a left turn as
Brown was attempting to pass.
A Shallotte driver was charged
Monday with failure to see a safe
movement following an uccidcnt at
the south intersection of N.C. 130 and
U.S. 17 in Shallotte.
Sgt. Rodney Cause said Truman
Mack Bradley, 44, of Charlotte, was
crossing the Intersection from N.C.
130 to Blake Drive when larry Dean
Clemmons, 26. of Shallotte, northbound
on U.S. 17, attempted to turn
left onto N.C 130 and struck the rear
of Bradley's 1978 four-door Lincoln
No injuries were reported. Cause
estimated damages to both Bradley's
Uncotn and Clemmons' 1975 twodoor
Chevrolet at about $1,500 each.
During May, officers in the department
investigated 71 calls. Issued 22
citations and one juvenile petition
(for possession of a stolen vehicle),
served 11 warrant-, re-nvrmi.-a I.
auto accident:! (most were minor)
Hint charged one person with carrying
a concealed weapon.
They drove 6,521 miles, using 534
gallons of gas and three quarts of oil
and averaging 12.2 gallons per mile.
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Cooper was charged with an unsafe
movement violation in the 3:15 p.m.
Cooper was taken to the Brunswick
Hospital with minor injuries.
Damage was estimated at $2,000 to
the tractor trailer and about $500 to
A Shallotte teenager was charged
with driving while impaired Friday
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