Wilkesboro, NC – Edna Hall Killed in Crash on N.C. 268

Wilkesboro, NC (February 13, 2021) – A 90-year-old woman from Millers Creek was killed in a crash that left two others injured on Friday morning. The accident happened on North Carolina Highway 268 west in Wilkesboro.

According to Capt. Jason Delbert of the Wilkesboro Police Department, Edna Hayes Hall was driving a 2009 Ford Focus on Stokes Street when she came to a stop sign at the intersection with N.C. 268. Hall attempted to make a left turn onto N.C. 268 when her car collided with a 1995 Toyota Tacoma driven by 37-year-old Christopher Reep, of Boomer. The Ford was pushed off the roadway following the collision and came to rest in front of a business while the pickup truck came to rest on the road.

Hall was killed in the crash. Her husband, 82-year-old Thomas Hall was transported to Wikes Medical Center for treatment of non-life-threatening injuries. Reep was also taken to Wilkes Medical for non-life-threatening injuries.

The crash remains under investigation at this time. There have been no charges filed and no further information is available.
Our thoughts and most sincere condolences are with the families who have been affected by this tragic fatal accident in Wilkesboro.

Fatal Crashes in North Carolina  Wilkesboro, NC - Edna Hall Killed in Crash on N.C. 268

Sadly, fatal car accidents take place each day in North Carolina. According to current statistics, there are about four deadly crashes reported each day in our state. In 2019, nearly 1,500 lost their lives on North Carolina’s roadways while approximately 80,000 suffered varying types of injuries. A North Carolina car accident has the potential to be very devastating, both for the victim as well as their families and loved ones. Certainly, there is nothing more devastating and heartbreaking than the sudden loss of a family member due to a tragic crash.

Under North Carolina’s personal injury laws, car accident victims and their families may have certain legal rights in the aftermath of a serious crash. If your loved one was killed as the direct result of another driver’s negligence, you may be able to step in and file a wrongful death claim on behalf of your family member. These claims must be filed within two years of the date of death and should only be handled by an attorney who has experience in the area. A wrongful death lawsuit can help you obtain the compensation that you deserve when your loved one has been killed due to the actions of another motorist.

At Burton Law Firm, we bring years of experience and successful results to the table. While no amount of money can bring back your loved one or change the fact that the accident occurred, the financial compensation that you receive can be instrumental as you move forward along the path to recovery. North Carolina car accident attorney Jason M. Burton proudly represents accident victims and their families throughout our state.

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