According to the North Carolina Highway Patrol, a driver suffered serious personal injuries on the morning of February 8 when her car hit black ice on N.C. 87 and collided head-on with an SUV.


Trooper S.C. Spivey said that the crash was reported around 7 a.m., just south of the Harnett-Cumberland County line.


Spivey said that 21-year-old Vass resident Amanda Baney was northbound in a 1995 Geo Prizm when she hit a patch of ice, lost control, crossed the center turn lane, and collided with a 2007 Lincoln SUV driven by 47-year-old Sanford resident May Moore.


The NCHP said Moore’s injuries were not considered life-threatening and she received transport to Womack Army Medical Center. However, a hospital spokeswoman said they had no record of her being treated there.


Spivey said Baney suffered a broken leg in the crash and received transport to Cape Fear Valley Medical Center.


Spivey said both drivers were wearing their seat belts.

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