• June 06, 2017

Two Killed, Two Hurt in Truck Accident in Montgomery County, NC

Montgomery County, NC -- A crash between a passenger vehicle and a semi-truck claimed the lives of two children and left their mother and father injured Saturday, June 3, 2017.

The incident took place at Windblow Road & Belford Church Road around 10:30 a.m. Police officials claim the semi was northbound on Windblow Road, while the passenger vehicle occupied by the victims was headed east on Belford Church. For unknown reasons, the two vehicles collided.

The collision forced the passenger car off the roadway, where it came to rest on the left shoulder of the road. The semi-truck left the roadway, went into a small field, where it came to rest on a shoulder.

The driver of the passenger vehicle, an unidentified female, was left with a broken pelvis. An unidentified male was left with a concussion and a broken shoulder.

The injured couple's children were both killed in the collision.

The driver of the semi was uninjured in the crash.

The investigation is ongoing.

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