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Pedro Octavio Martinez Killed in Winston-Salem NC Motorcycle Accident

A gentleman named Pedro Octavio Martinez was killed in a motorcycle accident on Monday in Winston-Salem, North Carolina.

The accident happened at the intersection of Brewer Road and Ethel Drive.  According to available information, Mr. Martinez was traveling south on Brewer Road and a woman was traveling north on Brewer Road in a Honda Accord.  Apparently, the woman driving the Honda turned left across the path of Mr. Martinez causing the collision.  Winston-Salem police are still investigating the accident.

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Robert Gillespy Killed When Woman Turns Into His Path

A terrible accident has resulted in the death of motorcyclist Robert Gillespy of Raleigh.

The accident happened on South Saunders Street on Thursday morning.  Apparently, a woman driving a work van owned y American Gold Label Co. attempted a U-turn and hit a Toyota vehicle which knocked the work van into the path of Mr. Gillespy.  Mr. Gillespy was not able to avoid the collision with the work van.  He was seriously injured and taken to Wakemed where he later passed away.  A friend riding with Mr. Gillespy named Marion Wyatt IV avoided a direct collision only by laying his bike down.  He was also injured.

The driver of the work van, Quiana Alsabry, has been charged with misdemeanor death by motor vehicle.

This is a terrible accident and it is not clear why Ms. Alsabry failed to yield when attempting the U-turn.  Apparently, toxicology reports that might indicate impairment are pending.  Mr. Gillespy was a 57 year old husband, father and grandfather.  He had apparently only recently bought his Harley Davidson motorcycle that was involved in the accident.

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James Githens Jr. Killed When Car Pulls Into His Path in Salisbury NC Motorcycle Accident

A gentleman named James Henry Githens Jr. was tragically killed on Saturday evening in an accident in Salisbury, North Carolina.  Mr. Githens was riding his motorcycle on Bendix Drive in front of the Economy Inn when a Chevrolet Monte Carlo pulled into his path.

There is very little information available about the driver of the car that hit Mr. Githens and there are no reports of charges against the driver.  In most cases similar to this, the driver would be charged with misdemeanor death by motor vehicle.  If the driver of the car was impaired in any way, the charges would likely escalate to felony death by motor vehicle.

Mr. Githens was survived by a fiance and a 10 year old son.

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Bridgeton NC Moped Accident Kills Elizabeth Edwards and Injures Justin Avery

A terrible accident caused by an impaired driver has resulted in the death of Elizabeth Edwards and serious injuries to Justin Avery.

The accident happened on NC Highway 55 near Bridgeton, North Carolina at around noon on Thursday.  Apparently, a man driving a 2003 Ford Explorer hit Mr. Avery and Ms. Edwards while they were riding on a moped.  The driver of the Explorer was determined to intoxicated and he has been charged with a DWI.

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This is a very tragic accident.  In light of the circumstances, we would not be surprised to see the charges against the driver escalated to include a felony death by motor vehicle charge.  It is certainly very troubling that the driver was on the road at noon already intoxicated.

 

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Jamal Williams Killed in Kinston NC Scooter Accident

A gentleman named Jamal Williams was killed on Sunday evening in a scooter accident in Kinston, North Carolina.

The tragic accident happened around 7 p.m. on Independence Street in east Kinston.  Apparently, a man driving a Ford Tauus was intoxicated and drove left of center and hit Mr. Williams head-on.  The driver of the Taurus has been charged with numerous crimes including felony death by motor vehicle, DWI, and resisting a public officer.

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Jacksonville NC Motorcycle Accident Kills High School Student Christopher Saballos

A young high school student named Christopher Saballos was killed in a motorcycle accident on Monday morning when a car pulled into his path in Jacksonville, North Carolina.

The tragic accident happened in front of a Sonic restaurant located at 471 Western Boulevard.  According to available information, the car was turning left out of the Sonic and crossed the path of the of Mr. Saballos as he rode his motorcycle southeast on Western Blvd.

Christopher was a student at Jacksonville High School.  The driver of the car has been charged with misdemeanor death by motor vehicle and an unsafe movement violation.

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Mooresville NC Motorcycle Accident Seriously Injures Biker Michael Kluttz

A gentleman named Michael Kluttz was injured in a multi-vehicle accident on Wednesday near Mooresville, North Carolina.

The accident happened on Mooresville Road and was apparently caused by a man who turned left in front of Mr. Kluttz as Mr. Kluttz was riding west on his motorcycle.  As a result, Mr. Kulttz clipped the rear of the pickup and also collided with a third car.  The driver of the pickup that turned left has been charged with an unsafe movement violation.  Mr. Kluttz was transported to Carolinas Medical Center for treatment.

At some point there were apparently witnesses who thought Mr. Kluttz may have been speeding prior to the wreck but NC State Highway Patrol investigating officers concluded that he was not speeding.

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Asheville NC Motorcycle Rider Killed When Driver Turns Into His Path

A tragic motorcycle accident in Asheville, North Carolina has claimed the life of the motorcyclist.

The accident happened when a man driving a 2004 Toyota made a left turn toward the ramp for I-240.  The driver of the Toyota failed to yield to the motorcyclist and crossed into his path.  Unfortunately, the motorcyclist was killed at the scene.  The driver of the Toyota was charged with driving while impaired which may result in a felony death by motor vehicle charge.  The full extent of the charges is not clear from the information available.

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Michael Thom Killed in Raeford NC Motorcycle Accident

A Fort Bragg soldier named Michael Thom was killed in a motorcycle accident on Friday near Raeford, North Carolina.

The wreck happened on US 401 just after 5:00 am just east of the SkyVenture building.  The reports regarding the accident are not clear but there was a car involved.  The North Carolina Highway Patrol is investigating the accident but there is some indication that someone failed to yield – it is just not clear who.  Mr. Thom was training at Fort Bragg to be a Special Forces soldier which would have certainly been an impressive accomplishment.

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Shelby NC Moped Accident Results in Death of Rider

A tragic accident on Tuesday night in Shelby NC has resulted in the death of a moped rider.

What happened in the accident is very unusual.  According to reports, a police officer stopped the moped rider and a passenger on the moped stepped off at that time.  Shortly after this stop, the moped entered the intersection of Graham Street and Patton Drive and was hit by an SUV.  The driver of the moped was killed.  It is not clear from the limited information available whether the moped or the SUV had the right of way at the intersection.  The North Carolina State Highway Patrol is investigating the accident along with the Shelby Police Department.

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