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Joseph Moncalieri Seriously Injured in Camden County, NC Motorcycle Accident

A gentleman motorcyclist named Joseph Moncalieri was seriously injured last Wednesday when a car apparently turned across his path in Camden County, North Carolina.

The accident happened while Mr. Moncalieri was traveling west on U.S. Highway 158 in the small community of Belcross.  Apparently, a car coming in the opposite direction attempted a turn into a driveway and crossed the path of Mr. Moncalieri.  As a result, Mr. Moncalieri wsa ejected from his motorcycle.  Mr. Moncalieri was taken to Sentara Albemarle Medical Center before being airlifted to Sentara Hospital in Norfolk for additional care.

The driver of the car that turned across Mr. Moncalieri’s path has been cited for failure to yield the right of way.

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It is not clear why the driver of the car failed to see Mr. Moncalieri but this type of accident occurs too often on the roadways of North Carolina.  Hopefully, Mr. Moncalieri will recover from his serious injuries.

 

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Thomas Martin Killed in Sneads Ferry NC Motorcycle Accident

A gentleman named Thomas Martin was tragically killed on Monday evening in a motorcycle accident in Sneads Ferry, North Carolina.  According to available reports, a military truck from Camp Lejeune was traveling west on NC Highway 210 when it crossed the center line and hit Mr. Martin as he traveled east on NC 210.  Apparently, the military truck was braking for traffic when it began to skid and crossed the center line.

Mr. Martin was 68 years old and resided in Sneads Ferry.  The driver of the military truck has been charged with misdemeanor death by motor vehicle and driving left of center.

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Wendell NC Motorcycle Accident Results in Multiple Injuries

A very serious motorcycle accident in Wendell, North Carolina on Saturday has resulted in injuries to multiple motorcycle riders.  According to reports, a group of motorcyclists was travelling on U.S. 64 east as part of a charity ride to Goldsboro, NC when a vehicle threw a beach ball into the roadway.  As a result, the bikers braked and several wrecked.  Seven of the bikers were taken to the hospital with at least one suffering serious injuries.

As of this time, it is not clear where the beach ball came from but it is suspected it may have been in a boat being towed.  Hopefully, the State Highway Patrol can identify the source of the ball that caused this serious accident.

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William Lucius Harriss Killed in Greensboro NC Motorcycle Accident

A gentleman named William Lucius Harriss was tragically killed on Saturday evening in a Greensboro, North Carolina motorcycle accident.

The accident occurred around 6:45 p.m. when a driver from Tennessee failed to stop at a streetlight at the intersection of West Gate City Boulevard and Guilford County Road and hit Mr. Harriss while Mr. Harriss was riding on his motorcycle.  Mr. Harriss, who was 46 years old, died at the accident scene.

The driver of the car has been charged with misdemeanor death by motor vehicle and a traffic signal violation.

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Lance Smith Killed in Wilmington NC Motorcycle Accident

A gentleman named Lance Smith was tragically killed on Saturday afternoon in a Wilmington, North Carolina motorcycle accident.  The accident happened on Carolina Beach Road at around 5:30 pm when a Jeep Wrangler attempted a u-turn and crossed the path of Mr. Smith.  Apparently, Mr. Smith tried to brake but could not stop before hitting the Jeep.  Mr. Smith was transported to the hospital but later passed away due to his injuries.

The driver of the Jeep has been cited for misdemeanor death by motor vehicle.

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Lacy Lloyd Injured in New Bern NC Moped Accident

A gentleman named Lacy Lloyd was injured in a recent New Bern, North Carolina moped accident.  The accident apparently happened on Monday afternoon when a woman driving a white SUV turned and struck Mr. Lloyd at an intersection on U.S. 70.  Mr. Lloyd was transported to Carolina East Medical Center in New Bern with what appears to be non-life threatening injuries.

The driver of the SUV was charged with an unsafe movement violation although it is not clear why the driver did not see Mr. Lloyd on his moped.

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Tyler Maness Killed in Moore County NC Motorcycle Accident

A motorcyclist named Tyler Maness was killed on Sunday in an accident in Moore County, North Carolina.  The accident apparently happened when a pickup truck pulled from a driveway on Cedar Hill Road and there was a head-on collision with Mr. Maness.  The accident happened around 5:00 pm.  Mr. Maness was declared dead at the scene.  He was 25 years old and from Robbins, North Carolina.

There is very little information available about how this accident happened.  In most cases, a collision such as this occurs when the driver pulls into the path of the motorcyclist and the accident does not occur in a head-on manner.  However, the reports here suggest it was a head-on collision.  We expect that significantly more information will be available once the State Highway Patrol completes their investigation.

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Statesville NC Motorcycle Accident on Interstate 40 Results in Severe Injuries

A serious motorcycle accident on US Interstate 40 near Statesville, North Carolina has resulted in severe injuries.  The accident happened on Saturday at around 3:30 pm near the exit for Old Mountain Road.  At this time, it is not clear what caused the accident but we do know that one person was hospitalized with severe injuries.

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Tommy Jolley Killed in Vass NC Moped Accident

A gentleman named Tommy Jolley has died after suffering injuries when he was hit by a car while riding his moped.  The accident happened near Vass, NC last Wednesday afternoon on N.C. Highway 690.

Based on the news accounts, it is a little unclear what happened in this accident.  Apparently, both the driver of the car and Mr. Jolley were traveling west on NC 690 and it appears that the car passed Mr. Jolley and then attempted to turn left and struck him.  The driver of the car now has been charged with misdemeanor death by motor vehicle.

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Keith Ricks Killed in Charlotte, NC Motorcycle Accident

A motorcyclist named Keith Ricks was killed in a hit-and-run accident on Monday evening in Charlotte, North Carolina.  The accident happened on Mallard Creek Road when a green minivan turned left from Keaton Avenue and into the path of Mr. Ricks.  The minivan hit the back right side of Mr. Ricks bike causing him to lay the bike down and skid into the opposing lane where he was hit by a second vehicle.  Mr. Ricks did not survive the crash.  Mr. Ricks was 45 years old.

Police are actively looking for the green minivan which apparently sped away form the scene.  The driver of the minivan is described as a Hispanic male with dark short hair.  The minivan is believed to be a 1992-1998 Mercury Villager or similar type of van.

This is a very serious accident that is made only worse by the fact that the offending driver did not stop at the accident scene but, rather, chose to drive away.  Hopefully, the police will track down this driver and bring him to justice for his acts.

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