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The Brunswick beacon. (Shallotte, N.C.) 19??-current, June 06, 1985, Page Page 8-A, Image 8

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Page S-A?THE BRUNSWICK BEAC RESCUE WORKERS attend to Danj who received minor Injuries alter he Thre* 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 .. i 11...... i?i i.. ti/it... i?, mumui uu iiunpiuji HI ?? 1111u11ii/ii after being thrown from her truck in a one-car accident early Thursday morning. 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 reported. Charges are still lending at this time in the 5:30 a.m. accident. Damage was estimated at $10,000 to the pick-up. A I eland num was also seriously Injured Saturday alter his 19B2 DMC track ran off the shoulder and over (and iho pad. ( important to tho comfort an* density pad can make you much mora You can choo? padding as well a* Brunswi of carpets and got tho bos fort and durnhllltv f*\r unur R HOI DIN Bf ACN CAUStWAV w% Karly Bird S] 5:30-7 I'M >1 Select from 3 dinti rih, chicken or st\ chides cheese & i J- i 1 iK'riiimaiir (inmi, iLty, /nttjiloe.% or ri service! aN:KTAILS...C V.W1.W Dally. Cktaml Simla llv>y. 17.1 jlllr Hhrr. IM3I241 ON. Thursday, June !, 1985 i Smith of Shallottc Blueberry Farm F r car overturned on ing. e Drivers turned on N.C. 87 about 11 miles south of Belville. 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 in the ditch, Trooper B.C. Jones reported. v m i in: j' uuvciuifc (11 UUIIU u-j mph when he lost control of his truck, Jones reported. He was charged with DW1 and taken to New Hanover 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 Spring lakes. 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 STEP.) OMIT/ I That * right >u buy any carpet, stop on it duality padding is extremely if durability of coipot A high ir carpet fool like you paid so from a wide selection of ck County's largest selection t combination of price, com- fl particular noods mth, &n | 842-3591 J larmnt'H I \Y pecials? londay-Friday \ers- ft i?s. /trimr entree. Incracker*. %alad. inflatable of the ire...and friendly ASl Al. DHKSS M|MaBS?ajj^ggy J . STAFF PHOTO BY SUSAN USHIP 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 in Supply. 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. I-ewis reported. According to Lewis' report. Cooper was attempting to make a left turn as Brown was attempting to pass. Driver Cited In Accident 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. Mbit 1 " y I r^\ amy* ? 'H> |*v*aw(* WILLIAM COOPER ol Shallottc re lurles last Thursday when his 1971 Che Seriously Cooper was charged with an unsafe movement violation in the 3:15 p.m. accident. Cooper was taken to the Brunswick Hospital with minor injuries. Damage was estimated at $2,000 to the tractor trailer and about $500 to Cooper's car. A Shallotte teenager was charged with driving while impaired Friday rTrr^, _ " ^ " I III I HI Nc pan hr n< Your present tolephone < modern telephone techn custom calling features ( are services we install at telephone, without ever i You can have Three-way calling. It let by simply touching the cr When the third party ans parties in the same convi Call waiting. I! lets you k already engaged >n a tek without having to end the alternate between conve Call forwarding, it lets y you re waiting for Any ca forwarded to another tek Speed dialing. It lets yoi place a call by dialing a a emergency numbers like You can order all of thes< you can select only thosr advance The small addi To learn more telephone just call "Communical ATI MIL MEMBE EB?8MNBKra?SK?SnR! ceived minor in- in the side by a tr vrolet was struck ' In Accic after the car she was driving ran off the highway while rounding a curve on Blueberry Farm Road and overturned in the ditch. Dana Ann Smith. 18, was traveling southwest on RPR 1154 south of Shallotte at a speed too fast to negotiate a curve safely, reported Trooper B.D. Barnhardt. 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