Woman in serious condition after wreck
A Rockwell woman was listed in serious condition at Wake Forest Baptist Medical Center Tuesday afternoon after a four-car wreck Saturday night on Faith Road.
Anita Stitt was in a Saturn involved in the accident.
Also hurt in the wreck were a juvenile passenger in a Jeep and Salisbury resident Katelyn Heath. They were treated for minor injuries at Rowan Regional Medical Center.
Charlotte resident Rhonna Oglesby was charged with failure to reduce speed after police say her Ford Expedition struck a stopped Saturn occupied by Stitt and her husband.
The Saturn then hit the Jeep, which hit a Nissan Altima with one occupant. The vehicles were stopped on Faith Road near the intersection of Avalon Drive due to a traffic backup.
According to the Salisbury Police Department report, Oglesby was estimated to have been going the speed limit of 35 miles per hour.
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