• January 19, 2024

Cameron Mark McNeil Killed in Truck Accident in Wilkes County, NC

Wilkes County, NC — January 18, 2024, Cameron Mark McNeil was killed in a head-on truck accident just after 9:45 a.m. along Champion Mt. Pleasant Road.

According to authorities, 57-year-old Cameron Mark McNeil was traveling in a northbound Toyota Camry along Champion Mt. Pleasant Road in the vicinity of the Conley Shumaker Road intersection when the accident took place.

Cameron Mark McNeil Killed in Truck Accident in Wilkes County, NC

The causal factors that led to the crash are unclear. Officials indicate that, for as yet unknown reasons, the Camry was involved in a head-on collision with a southbound Freightliner. McNeil incurred reportedly fatal injuries as a result of the wreck. No other injuries have been reported.

The weather and road conditions in the area at the time have not been reported on. Additional details pertaining to this incident are not available at this point in time. The investigation is currently ongoing.

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