Charlotte, NC (November 11, 2018) – Police were called to investigate a two-car accident that left two patients injured with non-life-threatening injuries yesterday, November 10.
Police say that the two vehicles collided at Queens Road and Princeton Avenue yesterday, which caused one of the vehicles to flip over. Two patients were taken to the hospital immediately.
At this time, police are still trying to determine how the accident took place. They said that no charges have been made as of yet.
Police continue to investigate the circumstances of the accident at this time.
We would like to reach out and send our warmest thoughts and prayers to the parties involved in this accident and hope that they will find peace and comfort as they make a recovery.
Car Accident in North Carolina
Tens of thousands of people are seriously injured in North Carolina car accidents every year and 1,319 people will lose their lives every year on our roads due to these serious accidents. Many tend to involve motor vehicles and a lot of them involve more than one person.
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