Driver ran stop sign, 'T-boned' Mar-Mac fire chief, troopers say
Posted May 12
Goldsboro, N.C. — No one was seriously injured late Thursday night when a woman ran a stop sign and crashed into a vehicle driven by the chief of the Mar-Mac Fire Department.
State Highway Patrol troops on scene said the woman, who was not identified, ran the stop sign at the intersection of Sandhill and Gainey drives in Goldsboro and T-boned the chief's official fire department vehicle. The crash caused the chief's vehicle to roll over several times, troopers said.
The chief was briefly trapped in the vehicle.
The woman was charged with a stop sign violation, troopers said.