Cary, NC – Curt Floyd Killed in Multi-Vehicle Crash on I-40

Cary, NC (December 24, 2020) – A 56-year-old man from Raleigh was killed and several others were injured after a multi-vehicle crash in Cary on Wednesday, December 23rd. The crash was reported around 5:00 p.m. on Interstate 40 near Exit 287 and North Harrison Avenue.

The collision took place when a man was parked on the shoulder of the roadway. As he exited his vehicle, he attempted to get out and cross the road. While he was walking on the road, the man was struck by a cement truck. Following the crash, the truck struck a guardrail and two other vehicles that were traveling in the opposite direction before coming to rest.

The pedestrian, identified as Curt Floyd, was pronounced dead at the scene. The cement truck driver was not hurt but the drivers of the two vehicles were taken to a local hospital with undisclosed injuries. The passengers in the respective vehicles were transported with mild to moderate injuries. No one else involved in the accident has been identified.

Traffic was backed up on the interstate for several miles following the crash. The road remained closed until around 9:00 p.m.

Police are still investigating the accident at this time and there is no word on whether any charges are expected.

Our most sincere thoughts and condolences are with the family of Curt Floyd following this tragic crash in Raleigh. We hope that the injured victims are able to make a complete and speedy recovery.

Car Accidents in North Carolina  Cary, NC - Curt Floyd Killed in Multi-Vehicle Crash on I-40

Serious car accidents occur each day across North Carolina. Major interstates such as Interstate 40 are regularly the site of major crashes involving multiple vehicles. With higher traffic volumes and faster speed limits, interstates play a major part in some of the most serious accidents that we see in our state on a daily basis. Even a split-second of bad decision-making can result in a multiple car accident on the interstate.

If you or a loved one have been affected by a North Carolina car accident, you should have full knowledge of your legal rights. Many accidents are not the injured victim’s fault and are instead caused by negligent drivers who operate their vehicles in a careless manner leading to injuries for innocent motorists and pedestrians. In these situations, the injured victim has a right to recover for their damages sustained in the crash. This recovery includes pain and suffering, payment of medical bills, lost wages, and possibly more depending on the severity of the crash.

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