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A man from Goldsboro was pronounced dead while three others were seriously injured after a fatal car crash that happened in Lenoir County. The crash occurred on Monday, November 13 at roughly 9:42 p.m.
33-year-old Leshaw Doremus was driving northbound on Washington Street when she overcorrected, leading the vehicle onto the other side of the road before the truck rolled over and hit a tree. Two passengers, 37-year-old Nicole Pendleton, and two-year-old Ayasha Smith were taken to ECU Health in Greenville for medical treatment. The driver was also taken to the hospital with injuries.
Another passenger, 46-year-old Paul Thompson, was pronounced dead at the scene.
The investigation into this accident is ongoing.
At The Law Offices of Jason E. Taylor, our hearts and prayers go out to the family, friends, and loved ones of Paul who suffered this tragic loss of life. We also extend our prayers to the multiple people person facing injuries and wish them a healthy recovery. We share our condolences for this devastating car accident.
Should you or someone you know find yourself injured as a victim of someone else’s negligence in an accident, our firm offers free consultations to help guide you through the process so you can focus on your mental and physical recovery. Contact us at 1-800-351-3008.
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