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Fayetteville Woman Trapped In Vehicle, Injured In Crash


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10/27/2010
Brent Adams
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A woman from Fayetteville sustained personal injuries and became trapped inside her vehicle for approximately 45 minutes on the morning of October 26 after it collided with a tree on Tom Starling Road, according to the North Carolina Highway Patrol.

 

Trooper J.B. Jones said that 29-year-old Megan Juracek was eastbound about half a mile from the intersection of Tom Starling Road and U.S. 301 when she rounded a curve and lost control of the Chevrolet truck she was driving, which began to spin.

 

The driver’s side of the truck struck a tree, trapping Juracek inside. She received transport to Cape Fear Valley Medical Center after being extricated. Her injuries were not considered life-threatening.

 

Jones said Juracek, who was wearing her seat belt, was cited for exceeding a safe speed for the conditions of rain.



Category: Car Accidents


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