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Released: 5/22/2009 Who do I contact? Theresa Chance
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Traffic Accident on Braddy &

The following information is being provided as a correction to the original media release below.  On Thursday evening, May 21st, officers responded to a two vehicle accident at the intersection of Braddy Road and Stoney Point Road.


Information obtained during the preliminary investigation has revealed 19-year old Shane Donaven Locklear, of Russell Road in Shannon, as the driver of a vehicle that ran a stop sign on Braddy Road.  Shane Locklear was taken to Cape Fear Valley Medical Center where he was last listed in serious condition. 


The passenger in the above mentioned vehicle was 20-year old Dusty Locklear of Hendricks Street in Red Springs.  Dusty Locklear was airlifted to UNC Chapel Hill Hospital in critical condition.  His current condition is unknown. 


35-year old Adam Hipwell, of Fairfield Drive in Raeford, was traveling North-West on Stoney Point Road when his truck was struck by Locklear’s.  Hipwell’s vehicle had a travel trailer attached.  Hipwell was treated at Cape Fear Valley Medical Center for injuries sustained as a result of the accident.  His condition is not known at this time. 


This accident is currently being investigated by the Traffic Division.  Additional information will be released as it becomes available.





Traffic Accident  On Thursday, 5/21/09 at 2107 hrs officers responded to Stoney Point and Braddy Dr. in reference to an accident with injuries.  It appears that Dusty Locklear failed to stop at a stop sign. As he traveled through the stop sign his vehicle collided with another vehicle that was hauling a camper.  Mr. Locklear’s vehicle then struck a tree.  Mr. Locklear was air-lifted to UNC Hospital in Chapel Hill with serious injuries. His passenger Shane Locklear who sustained injuries was transported to Cape Fear Valley Hospital.  The occupants of the other vehicle sustained minor injuries and were taken to Cape Fear Valley.   LT. R. PodobinskiCross Creek District

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