Fayetteville, NC — Police are still investigating a fatal 18-wheeler accident that happened in Fayetteville on Tuesday afternoon, November 26, but have confirmed that a woman was ejected and killed. They aren’t releasing the woman’s name, but said that the wreck happened at about 3:00 p.m. that afternoon along Country Club Drive near McChoen Drive.
The woman was driving an SUV when, for unknown reasons, she collided with an 18-wheeler and was ejected from the SUV. She was killed at the scene and the truck driver wasn’t harmed.
Police closed down the southbound lanes of Country Club Drive as they investigated. As traffic piled up, another accident occurred, but no major injuries were reported.
It’s not clear what caused the wreck, but authorities are still in the process of investigating it.
Scene of the Accident
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