RALEIGH NC - A single vehicle wreck on I-95 near Four Oaks caused non-life threatening personal injuries to Joan Michel and Michael Paul, residents and visitors from Florida. The incident occurred on Friday afternoon, June 15, 2012. Ms. Michel was driving an SUV when she fell asleep, ran off the highway and struck a guardrail; causing the vehicle to overturn. Both the driver and her passenger were taken to WakeMed Hospital in Raleigh, NC for treatment of their injuries. The highway was closed in both directions for less than an hour to allow a helicopter to land and transport Joan Michel by life-flight helicopter ambulance for emergency trauma care.
For the news account of this car accident, visit: http://www.wral.com/news/news_briefs/story/11213881/
Four Oaks, single veh, drvr/pass injrd, Fri afternoon, sleep
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