• October 31, 2022

Veronica Williams, Deasia Washington Killed in 18-wheeler Accident in Edgecombe County, NC

Edgecombe County, NC -- October 29, 2022, Veronica Williams and Deasia Washington were killed due to an accident involving an 18-wheeler.

Initial details said that the crash took place at around 1:00 p.m. in the area of Highway 33 Tarboro.

It appears that Veronica Williams and Deasia Washington were in a Nissan Altima traveling along the highway. Somehow, the vehicle crossed paths with an oncoming 18-wheeler.

A collision occurred, resulting in the deaths of Williams and Washington. No other injuries were reported. At this time, no further information is available.

Commentary on Veronica Williams, Deasia Washington 18-wheeler Accident in Edgecombe County

With crashes like this, one of the biggest challenges is simply ensuring police got all the facts. Their efforts aren't always as thorough as folks would hope. Not even that long ago, I looked into a deadly crossover where police actually got the facts wrong.

Veronica Williams, Deasia Washington Killed in 18-wheeler Accident in Edgecombe County, NC

The investigating officer was rather inexperienced and wasn't given proper equipment from his department. As a result, he blamed someone for crossing the center line and hitting the truck. In reality, though, evidence clearly showed that the opposite was true. Had there not been more thorough independent investigations, that family may never have learned the truth.

To be clear, there are plenty of times where independent investigations simply confirm what authorities already know. The same could happen here. My only concern immediately following a deadly wreck is that steps are being taken to at least ensure the victims and families are getting the answers they deserve.


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