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Drivers in Goodman Lake collision remain hospitalized

By Nathan Hardin
nhardin@salisburypost.com
SALISBURY ó The drivers of both vehicles in Thursday nightís head-on collision on Goodman Lake Road remain hospitalized at Wake Forest Baptist Medical Center in Winston-Salem.
According to reports, Andrea Kiser and Charlie Shepherd were the two drivers who hit head-on on Goodman Lake Road about 7 p.m.
Charlie Shepherd was the driver of the white Chevrolet pickup and was riding with his son, Alan, said family member Jennifer Shepherd. The driver of the silver Ford Taurus in collision is said to be Andrea Kiser.
According to Jennifer Shepherd, Alan Shepherd was taken to Rowan Regional Medical Center with a broken arm. He was listed at the hospital in good condition.
Charlie Shepherd and Kiser were both flown to Wake Forest Baptist Medical Center.
No information about the accident has been released by the N.C. State Highway Patrol.
Calls for further details were not returned, and it was unclear if charges have been filed or who was at fault.
Jennifer Shepherd said Charlie Shepherd suffered a broken left leg. He is listed at Wake Forest Medical Center in fair condition.
Michael Kiser, Andreaís brother, reported her as having a shattered left leg, a broken arm and having lacerations to her liver and spleen. She was listed at the hospital in serious condition.
Jennifer Shepherd said Charlie and Alan Shepherd were on their way home Thursday evening. They live off Crawford Road about two miles from the accident.
According to Michael Kiser, his sister, who lives near Noodle Way, was on her way home from a friendís home and was coming home to avoid a nearing thunderstorm.

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