Asheville, NC (October 28, 2018) – In Asheville, a state trooper was involved in a head-on collision on Friday night, October 26, around 10 p.m. near an intersection.
The accident happened late at night near the intersection of Patton Avenue and Leicester Highway. Authorities said that a driver was traveling in the other direction on the highway and struck the trooper head-on.
Luckily, the trooper is expected to be okay, even though he was injured in the accident.
Police continue to investigate the accident at this time.
Asheville Car Accident
If you are somebody who has been involved in an accident due to the negligence of another party, you have options when you are moving forward with a personal injury claim under North Carolina law. We wish to extend our sincerest condolences to you at this time, as we understand how difficult it can be to recover from the injuries left behind by a car accident.
Head-on collisions are some of the most devastating accidents that happen on our roads for many reasons. Under many circumstances, the vehicles involved in these accidents are traveling at high speeds, which can put you in a risky situation when you are struck. At the Nye Law Group, we understand how difficult it is to deal with the aftermath of a serious accident and we want to extend our help to you. Call us for more information at (912) 200-5230.
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