A Rocky Mount woman driving a Dodge Charger along I-40 in North Carolina was involved in several accidents.
According to Star News Online, the driver of the Charger was charged with driving while impaired, hit and run, two counts of reckless driving and two counts of driving without a license.
One of the accidents closed the westbound lane of I-40 for about two hours.
What concerns do you have about North Carolina drunk drivers? What consequences do you think someone should face if charged with driving under the influence in North Carolina?
If you or someone you know has been involved in a North Carolina auto accident, the North Carolina auto accident lawyers at HensonFuerst Attorneys can help.