LENOIR, N.C. – Accidents on the road are always placed under fine investigation; not only to know what and to whom charges will be filed, but to prevent the same thing from recurring.

According to Lenoir Police Chief Scott Brown, a one-car accident caused the death of a Georgia man while another occupant of the vehicle was being flown to Carolinas Medical Center in Charlotte. The incident remains under investigation, as survivor condition has been upgraded from serious to critical.

However, one of the injured, identified as Brian Christian Carroll, age 30 and resident of Acworth, Ga., was pronounced dead at the scene of the accident Sunday night. The other occupant of the vehicle was identified as Neal Raymond Audet, age 29 and resident of Mooresville. Audet remains at CMC, and according to a hospital spokesperson, his condition has been upgraded from critical to serious.

At 10:15 o’clock in the evening, the police received a call reporting involving a crash which occurred on Zack’s Fork Road in Lenoir. They learned that the 2000 Ford Mustang flipped on its top after it slid several feet. The two injured were: Audet who had been thrown from the car, and Carroll who was found inside the car.

Brown made no comment on the factor causing the accidents:  whether it was speed, deplorable road conditions, imbibing on alcohol or drugs, or any other possible factor that maybe attributed as cause of the accident.

According to Brown, it may take awhile before the police are able to make their favorite explanations. Presently, they are currently reconstructing the accident, and information will be released to the public as warranted.

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