Fayetteville, NC (November 5, 2018) – All of the parties involved in a three-vehicle crash have been identified. The accident happened in Fayetteville on Saturday, November 3.
The accident happened when 73-year-old Joann McRae attempted to turn left from Raeford Road onto Hoke Loop Road. 34-year-old Aura Foronda was traveling outbound on Raeford Road when she hit McRae.
Foronda’s vehicle struck another vehicle due to the first collision, killing the person in that vehicle. Police identified the fatality as 77-year-old Doris Bryson. According to investigators, Foronda had the right-of-way, and McRae received charges of death by motor vehicle.
Police were done investigating the accident by 7 p.m.
Fayetteville Multi-Car Accident
First and foremost, we would like to extend our kindest sympathies and condolences to the friends and family of Doris Bryson and wish them nothing but the best during this difficult time. Car accidents are always jarring and can be particularly upsetting and life-altering when you lose a loved one.
After you have been involved in an accident that caused serious injuries or you have lost a loved one, you may have many questions regarding your rights and how to defend the rights of your loved one.
At the Nye Law Group, we have dedicated our lives to helping the victims of careless drivers. These accidents take place for a variety of reasons, but you should know that we are here for you 24/7. We are devoted to helping you receive compensation for your losses. Please do not hesitate to call us at 912-200-5230 for more information.
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