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Breaking News: FATAL U.S. 401 CRASH
A Louisburg woman died at a Raleigh hospital Wednesday evening following a head-on collision. According to a report by Trooper C.E. Garner, 24-year-old Daquan Nixon was driving north on U.S. 401  near the Huntsburg subdivision south of Louisburg when he crossed the center line, crashing head-on into a car driven by Paula Efird. Rescue units used hydraulic equipment to free the 45-year-old woman from the vehicle. Both Nixon and Efird were taken to WakeMed Hospital. Efird died a short time later, authorities said. Nixon originally was charged with driving while his license was revoked and going left of center. Later Wednesday he was charged is misdemeanor death by motor vehicle. Alcohol did not play a role in the accident, investigators said. Efird was driving the car shown at the left in this photo. The engine was ripped free of her vehicle and was found several feet away from the point of impact.

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November 09, 2013 at 7:16am
Engine was not from her vehicle. Misdemeanor death by vehicle? Give me a break. He was witnessed passing over and over again on double yellow line just like the one he crossed over to pass when he hit her.



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