Three people suffered personal injuries in a crash on N.C. 101 outside
The North Carolina Highway Patrol says that none of the injuries are believed to be life-threatening.
The wreck occurred shortly before 6:30 p.m. approximately one mile east of the intersection of N.C. 101 and N.C. 306, according to Trooper Michael Riggs’ accident report.
The report says that 41-year-old Havelock resident David Rawls was eastbound in a 2000 Toyota pickup truck when he passed another vehicle, overcorrected, lost control, and collided with a westbound 2009 Honda passenger car driven by 58-year-old Beaufort resident Marilyn Davis.
The Honda ended up in a ditch and the
Davis, Rawls, and 41-year-old
All three received transport to
Rawls was cited for speeding, according to the report.