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John Cobb Killed in Winston-Salem NC Moped Accident

Winston-Salem, NC (July 8, 2020) – John Cobb Killed in Winston-Salem, NC Moped Accident

A gentleman named John Cobb was tragically killed in a Winston-Salem, North Carolina moped accident.

The accident happened around 10:00 pm on Sunday evening at the intersection of Old Belews Creek Road and Beeson Dairy Road.  According to available information, Mr. Cobb was driving a Bahama moped south on Old Belews Creek Road when a man driving a Mercedes turned into Mr. Cobb and knocked him off the road.

The collision knocked Mr. Cobb off the moped and he was determined to be deceased at the scene.

At the present time, no charges have been filed against the Mercedes driver.

 

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Motorcyclist Seriously Injured in Lexington NC Hit-and-Run Crash

LEXINGTON, NC (May 26, 2020) – Lexington NC Hit-and-Run Motorcycle Crash

A woman has been charged with multiple crimes after leaving the scene of an accident involving a motorcyclist near Lexington, North Carolina on Saturday evening.

The wreck happened shortly after 9:00 p.m. on Cotton Grove Road.  According to available information, a 56-year old woman caused the wreck with the biker and left the scene and went to a nearby restaurant.  She was apprehended and charged with felony hit-and-run, failure to yield, open container, DWI, possession or marijuana and marijuana paraphernalia.

The injured motorcyclist was transported to Wake Forest Baptist Hospital for treatment.  We certainly hope the biker will recover from his or her injuries.

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North Carolina Motorcyclists David Head and Dawn Head Killed in Georgia Crash

David Head and Dawn Head were both tragically killed on Saturday in a motorcycle crash near Clayton, Georgia.

The available information indicates that a young man driving a Jeep Commander failed to maintain his lane and hit David and Dawn as they rode on a Harley-Davidson motorcycle.  The wreck happened near the intersection of Highway 441 and Old Highway 441 and Georgia Route 15.

The Georgia State Patrol Specialized Accident Reconstruction Team is conducting an investigation into the wreck and there is no indication of whether the driver of the Jeep has been charged.

If we learn more about this accident, we will update this post.

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Kenneth Perry Killed in Johnston County NC Motorcycle Wreck

JOHNSTON COUNTY, NC (May 6, 2020) – Kenneth Perry Killed in Motorcycle Wreck

A gentleman named Kenneth Perry was tragically killed on Saturday afternoon in a motorcycle collision with a car in Johnston County, North Carolina.

The wreck happened around 2:30 pm on Lake Wendell Road as Mr. Perry drove eastbound on the road.  The wreck involved a head-on collision with a car traveling in the westbound direction.

Mr. Perry was declared dead at the scene and the driver of the car was transported to the hospital with serious injuries.

At this time it is not clear what caused the wreck.  If we learn more about this wreck, we will update this story.

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Raleigh U.S. Highway 70 Crash Seriously Injures Several Motorcyclists

RALEIGH, NC (May 5, 2020) – Motorcyclists Seriously Injured in U.S. Highway 70 Accident

A very serious motorcycle accident on Saturday afternoon on U.S. Highway 70 in Raleigh has resulted in serious injuries to several motorcyclists.

The wreck happened around 1:40 pm on Highway 70 near the intersection with Interstate 540 and involved a large group of motorcyclists.  Within the group of bikers, one of the motorcyclists hit three others and all four vehicles crashed.  All four injured motorcyclists were transported to Duke University Medical Center in Durham for treatment.

 

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Motorcyclist Cerveria Stanton Killed in Charlotte NC Crash

CHARLOTTE, NC (May 5, 2020) – Cerveria Stanton Killed in Charlotte NC Motorcycle Crash

A very serious motorcycle accident in Charlotte, North Carolina on Monday has resulted in the tragic death of biker Cerveria Stanton.

The wreck happened around 11:00 am on South Boulevard between East Park Avenue and East Boulevard.  According to available information, Mr. Cerveria was traveling north on South Boulevard on a Harley-Davidson motorcycle when a woman driving a Nissan Altima turned across his path.

The impact of the collision caused Mr. Cerveria to be thrown from his bike.  He was transported to Atrium Health in Charlotte but tragically died of his injuries.

The driver of the Nissan was charged with misdemeanor death by motor vehicle and failure to yield.

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Aberdeen NC Motorcycle Wreck Results in Serious Injuries

ABERDEEN, NC (April 7, 2020) – Aberdeen NC Serious Motorcycle Wreck

A motorcyclist was seriously injured on Monday evening in a crash near Aberdeen, North Carolina.  The wreck happened at around 6:00 p.m. at the intersection of Roseland Road and Kennedy Circle.

Information indicates that the biker was traveling on Roseland Road when there was a collision with a Cadillac at the intersection with Kennedy Circle.

The biker was transported by medivac helicopter due to the severity of his injuries.

The North Carolina State Highway Patrol is still investigating the accident and there is no indication as to what caused the crash.  As we learn more information, we will update this post.

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Motorcyclist Harry Denton Killed in Wreck Near Benson, North Carolina

BENSON, NC (March 30, 2020) – Harry Denton Killed in Benson NC Motorcycle Wreck

A gentleman named Harry Denton was tragically killed on Saturday while riding his motorcycle near Benson, North Carolina.  The wreck happened at the intersection of North Carolina Highway 27 and Red Hill Church Road at around 3:30 pm.

According to available information, Mr. Denton was stopped at the intersection on his bike when a car traveling east on Highway 27 failed to stop and struck him.

Mr. Denton was 74 years old and from Coats, North Carolina.

There are reports that this intersection is scheduled for installation of a new traffic signal by the spring or summer of next year.  This intersection is known to have a history of serious crashes and is currently controlled by only a two-way stop sign.

 

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Motorcyclist Kevin Watson Killed in Greensboro NC Collision

GREENSBORO, NC (March 24, 2020) – A gentleman named Kevin Watson riding a Harley Davidson motorcycle was tragically killed in Greensboro, North Carolina on Friday afternoon in a collision on Penry Road.

The collision happened around 3:30 pm when a woman ran a red light at the intersection of Penry Road and East Wendover Avenue and hit Mr. Watson.  Mr. Watson was declared deceased at the accident scene.

The woman driver has been charged with misdemeanor death by motor vehicle and entering an intersection against a steady red light.

Mr. Watson was 63 years old and from Greensboro.

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Mary Moon Killed in Fayetteville NC Motorcycle Crash

FAYETTEVILLE, NC (February 25, 2020)

A young woman named Mary Moon was tragically killed on Sunday in a motorcycle crash in Fayetteville, North Carolina on Sunday afternoon.

The crash happened on Bunce Road at around 5:30 pm.  According to available information, Ms. Moon was riding as a passenger on a motorcycle driven by Joseph Del Hierro.  The motorcycle collided on Bunce Road with an SUV traveling in the opposite direction.

Tragically, Mr. Del Hierro also died in the collision.  Mr. Del Hierro was a paratrooper assigned with the 82nd Airborne.  Both MS. Moon and Mr. Del Hierro were 26 years old.  The driver of the SUV was also injured.

The crash is currently under investigation and it this time we do not have additional information as to what caused the collision.

 

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