• September 18, 2023

Deputy Auston Reudelhuber Killed in Truck Accident in Davidson County, NC

Davidson County, NC — September 16, 2023, Deputy Auston Reudelhuber was killed following a semi-truck accident at around 5:22 a.m. on Highway 150.

Authorities with the North Carolina Highway Patrol said that the incident took place in the area of the Highway 150 and Rob Shoaf Road intersection.

Deputy Auston Reudelhuber Killed in Truck Accident in Davidson County, NC

Details at this time indicate that Forsyth County Sheriff's Deputy Auston Reudelhuber was in a patrol vehicle going northbound along the highway. While doing so, authorities claim that a southbound box truck went across the center line, crashing into the deputy's vehicle.

As a result of the collision, Deputy Reudelhuber sustained fatal injuries. It does not appear there were others hurt due to the collision. Statements in the news say that the truck driver will face charges for misdemeanor death by motor vehicle, reckless driving, and driving left of center. No further information can be confirmed at this time.


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