Sebring, NC (November 4, 2018) – Police reported that one man was killed and his wife was critically injured in a serious accident in Sebring. The accident happened on Wednesday and the North Carolina Highway Patrol has since identified the couple.
Police say that the couple was identified as 62-year-old David Allen Drach and 59-year-old Nancy Drach of Lake Placid. David died at the scene from his injuries and Nancy was sent to the hospital in critical condition, where she remains today.
The couple had been traveling northbound on a motorcycle. At the same time, a flatbed truck carrying lumber was driving southbound being driven by 45-year-old Roger Isaacs. The truck headed uphill, which is when the lumber shifted out from underneath its straps and fell off the side of the truck. The motorcyclists were hit, which caused them to crash.
Nancy is still in the hospital with a variety of injuries, including several broken bones.
Police continue to investigate the accident at this time.
Sebring Motorcycle Accident
We wish to extend our sincerest condolences to the family of David Drach at this time and hope that his wife will be able to find peace as she recovers during this difficult time in her life. We realize that being involved in a motorcycle accident can be one of the most traumatic things of all time, but can very easily lead to fatal accidents in the blink of an eye. These accidents lead to devastating injuries and fatalities in the blink of an eye, turning the lives of families upside-down. You might be faced with a large amount of expenses that were once foreign to you and wonder where you can turn.
Luckily, you have help on your side at the Nye Law Group if you have been affected by one of these accidents, as we understand just how important your results are to you as you move forward. If a loved one has been taken from you or you are battling serious injuries, we want to speak with you as soon as possible. Do not hesitate to reach out to us at 912-200-5230.
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