A Fort Bragg spokesman said that authorities are still attempting to identify a person who sustained fatal personal injuries in a fiery crash on Honeycutt Road on the night of November 30.
The spokesman, Ben Abel, said on December 2 that authorities are having to use dental records in order to determine the person’s identity.
The two-vehicle crash took place around 6:30 p.m. near Simmons Army Air Field near Texas Pond, according to Abel. One vehicle crossed the center line and struck the other head-on.
Abel said both drivers had to be cut out of their respective vehicles.
The second driver, whose identity was not immediately made available, sustained a broken ankle and broken arm. That driver was transported to Womack Army Medical Center.
Abel said the drivers were the lone occupants of their respective vehicles.
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