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Car Crashes Into Military Vehicle at Fort Bragg, Killing One

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What Happened:

A car was driving on Chicken Road at Fort Bragg, North Carolina, when it struck a military vehicle. The driver of the car died, and his passenger had minor injuries.

The Fort Bragg spokesperson stated that the car was headed east on Chicken Road when it slammed into a Caiman Mine Resistant Ambush Protected (MRAP) vehicle, which was entering the roadway from the post’s Range 52. 

Army medics provided immediate medical assistance, but the driver had already died.

North Carolina Personal Injury Perspective:

We are saddened to hear of the death of the car driver in this tragic accident. All of us should remember how important it is for us to pay attention to the road when we are driving, and to be aware of our surroundings at all times.

A personal injury lawyer in North Carolina could be helpful to the family of the injured man in this case. There is a possibility that he could receive financial restitution for his injuries, as well as for lost wages.

For more information:

Read our useful guide on car accident injuries in North Carolina.

Have Questions?

Common questions about civil lawsuits pertaining to car crashes.

Kevin M. Duffan
Elizabeth City & Raleigh Personal Injury Attorney
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