• May 17, 2017

Elizabeth Halvey Killed in Asheville, NC, Truck Accident

Asheville, NC -- May 15, 2017, Elizabeth Halvey was killed and another was injured following an accident in which their vehicle was hit by an 18-wheeler.

Preliminary details released by the North Carolina Highway Patrol indicate that the collision happened around 6:20 p.m. just south of the I-240 and Highway 70 interchange.

According to police officials, 57-year-old Halvey was driving a car down the westbound lanes of the interstate. She reportedly attempted to change lanes toward the median where a disabled vehicle was. In doing so, her vehicle was somehow struck by an 18-wheeler also on westbound I-240.

Due to the collision, Halvey sustained critical injuries, from which she died at the scene. A 45-year-old passenger from her vehicle was transported to a nearby hospital in serious condition.

The exact details surrounding the collision are still unclear at this time. Investigations are ongoing.

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