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Few details released on recent wrecks

Details on two separate, serious wrecks from last week are still limited, Sgt. E.T. Suttles of the N.C. Highway Patrol said Monday afternoon.
On Friday, a woman died following a head-on collision at the intersection of Jake Alexander Boulevard and Harrison Road.
Emergency responders performed CPR at the scene. The woman died on the way to the hospital.
Two people inside the other vehicle involved in the crash were also taken to the hospital. Their injuries are not known.
Investigating Trooper E.B. Perdue will not released the wreck report until the official cause of death from a medical examiner is reported, Suttles said. No names of those involved and no witness statements were available.
N.C. Trooper R.T. Coward has not yet released a report from the March 1 incident where a 15-year-old boy was hit by a car on N.C. 152, Suttles reported.
The boy was flown to Carolinas Medical Center, but his name was never released.

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