Three people suffered personal injuries in a crash on N.C. 101 outside Havelock on the night of February 5.


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 Toyota ended up in the westbound lane.


Davis, Rawls, and 41-year-old Newport resident Patricia Fleak, a passenger in Rawls’ vehicle, alls suffered injuries in the crash. The NCHP said on a scale of 1-to-5, with one being fatal, Davis and Fleak had level three injuries and Rawls had level four injuries.


All three received transport to CarolinaEast Medical Center in New Bern. Their conditions were not available as of February 8.


Rawls was cited for speeding, according to the report.

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