• March 16, 2017

Lane Coleman, Heaven Hogan Injured in Jacksonville, NC, Accident

Jacksonville, NC -- March 14, 2017, Lane Coleman and Heaven Hogan sustained injuries due to an accident in which their vehicle was hit by a bus.

According to investigating authorities, the accident happened at the intersection of Gum Branch Road and Western Boulevard around 10:00 p.m.

Witness testimony indicates that 20-year-old Hogan was driving a 2004 Mazda with 22-year-old Coleman riding passenger. Their vehicle allegedly ran through a red light and entered the crossing into the path of an oncoming APA Transportation bus. This resulted in a t-bone collision on the Mazda's passenger side.

Emergency services rushed to the scene and transported both Coleman and Hogan to New Hanover Regional Medical Center. Coleman was taken via helicopter in critical condition while Hogan's injuries were minor. The bus driver was not hurt.

Authorities filed charges against Hogan for a red light violation. They did not release any additional details surrounding the accident.

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