According to the North Carolina Highway Patrol, on June 24, a woman from Fayetteville died of the personal injuries she suffered when she lost control of her vehicle on Slocomb Road.
Trooper S.C. Spivey said that the driver, 20-year-old Katherine Marie Hales, was pronounced dead at the scene of the crash, which occurred about five miles north of Fayetteville.
Spivey said the crash was reported at approximately 7:30 a.m.
According to Spivey, Hales, who was traveling at a speed between 60 and 65 mph in a Chevrolet Cobalt, ran off the road, overcorrected, and ran off the road a second time, striking a ditch and overturning.
Spivey said Hales was not wearing her seat belt and was partially ejected and pinned under the vehicle.
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