Three-Vehicle Fayetteville Car Crash Involving School Bus Leaves One Woman Dead

October 20, 2009, by Michael A. DeMayo

A 78-Year-Old Cameron, North Carolina woman died on Thursday in a
Fayetteville car crash involving three motor vehicles that occurred early in the morning. Annie Wilson Thomas was riding in a Buick LeSabre driven by Joe Ann Pelchat.

According to police, Pelchat was turning left onto Purdue Drive when she ended up in the path of a school bus. The car-bus accident caused Pelchat’s car to collide head-on with a pickup truck.

Following the multi-vehicle crash, Pelchat was taken to the intensive care for neural monitoring. Fortunately, no one riding the school bus was injured. According to a preliminary police probe, Pelchat may have failed to yield to a flashing yellow light as she turned left.

Unfortunately, this incident was not the only Fayetteville car accident to claim a life this week. On Monday, one man died and another got hurt in a North Carolina auto accident at the intersection of Interstate 295 and Ramsey Street.

Per the police’s preliminary investigation, 57-year-old Falcon resident Robert Brigman’s vehicle crossed the center line and was involved in a head-crash with a van driven by James Reeves. Brigman died at the North Carolina car crash site while Reeves, who sustained serious injuries, was flown to a hospital.

Fayetteville Car Accidents
Proving liability in any kind of North Carolina car accident can be tough—unless you have an experienced Fayetteville, North Carolian injury lawyer representing you. In many instances, no party will want to admit liability, which can prove very costly for the person who was injured because of the other party’s reckless, negligent, or careless acts.

A good Fayetteville, North Carolina injury law firm will know who to send to the crash site to gather evidence and can work with medical experts to prove your car accident case.

Woman dies after three-vehicle wreck on Raeford Road, Fayobserver.com, October 16, 2009

One killed, another injured in Fayetteville wreck, WRAL, October 13, 2009

Related Web Resources:
Auto Accident FAQs, Law Offices of Michael A Demayo

North Carolina Department of Transportation

 
 

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