FARMVILLE, NC (WNCN) – just 24 hours after Fr. The Johnston County Governor was hit by a suspected DWI in the foreheadanother North Carolina MP suffered a forehead in the crash, officials say.
The latest crash, in which the military is investigating whether alcohol was a factor, occurred in Pete County near Farmville in eastern North Carolina, according to a Sunday press release from the Pete County Sheriff’s Office.
The crash happened around 11pm on Friday at US 264 Alternate near Marcus Drive, a press release said.
County Deputy Pete Shoyka Tilmon was on regular patrol when her cruiser was hit in the forehead after the driver drove into her lane, a press release said.
Tilmon was in surgery on Sunday.
“We are praying for Deputy Tilmon and her family, as well as for another driver and their family,” the statement said.
Another driver was also taken for treatment to a nearby hospital.
“Please don’t drink, don’t drive and be careful!” – it is said in the message of deputies.
Edgecomb County MPs also expressed their concern Sunday after Tilmon after the crash.
“Please pray with us for our friends in the Pete County Sheriff’s Office and other participants,” Edgecomb County MPs said in a statement.
The crash in Johnston County occurred just after 11pm on Friday along NC 210 south of Cleveland Road, west of Smithfield, according to KM Wilson, a North Carolina State Road Patrol serviceman.
Wilson said the driver of the car that caused the crash on Friday night was called by DWI after the crash with a deputy. In Wake County on March 30, the same driver was marked for DWI, officials said.
The deputy and the suspect received minor injuries.
The suspect, who was not wearing a seat belt, was taken to WakeMed for examination.
At the hospital he was referred to DWI, reckless and reckless driving and disqualification, Wilson said.
“He obviously didn’t learn a lesson at all,” Wilson said of the suspect.
Deputy NC for Surgery after hitting cruiser in forehead in second state crash in 24 hours
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