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Car-Train Collision Kills High Point, NC, Man

Rick Shapiro
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A High Point, North Carolina, man has died as the result of a train-car collision according to the Greensboro News & Record. The accident took place around 3:40 in the morning on Wednesday, June 10.

High Point Police reported that the man, Danneil Davis, backed his vehicle onto the tracks that evening, which was then struck by an oncoming westbound train. The impact of the train-car crash caused the car to slide into a nearby pedestrian, 21-year-old Kevin Boyd.

Boyd was rushed by emergency workers to
Wake Forest University Baptist Hospital, where he died from his critical injuries. Davis has been charged with driving with a revoked license, an inspection violation, obstructing the movement of a train and a safe movement violation.

High Point authorities report that no one else in the car or train, including the driver, Davis, were injured in the accident.

About the Editors: Shapiro, Lewis & Appleton is a law firm which focuses on injury and accident law and we have experience handling train accidents. Check out our case results to see for yourself. Our law firm has offices in Elizabeth City, North Carolina (NC) and Virginia Beach, Virginia (VA). . Our attorneys have handled thousands of automobile negligence cases involving trucks, cars, trains, and motorcycles. Our lawyers hold licenses in NC, VA, SC, WV, KY and DC. We are ready to talk to you by phone right now—we provide free initial confidential injury case consultations, so call us toll free at 1-800-752-0042. Our injury attorneys also host an extensive injury law video library on Youtube .  In addition, our lawyers proudly edit the Northeast North Carolina Injuryboard, as well as the Virginia Beach Injuryboard and Norfolk Injuryboard as a pro bono public information service.

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