Two women, child, injured in collision
By Nathan Hardin
SALISBURY — The driver of a Honda who was airlifted this morning following a crash on Harrison Road was listed in good condition at Wake Forest Baptist Medical Center.
North Carolina State Highway Patrol Trooper C.J. Doty said Tashieka Peek, 25, was taken to Rowan Regional Medical Center and then airlifted to the Winston-Salem hospital after her Honda lost control and slammed into an oncoming car.
A 2-year-old child who was in the back seat of the Honda was kept at Rowan Regional.
Doty said Peek drove off the right side of the road onto a gravel shoulder, lost control and overcorrected this morning about 8:30 a.m. in the 400 block of Harrison Road.
A hospital spokeswoman said Peek was listed in good condition Tuesday afternoon.
The driver of the other car, a Hyundai Sonata, was 41-year-old Petra Sorrow, of Mebane.
Sorrow was also taken to Rowan Regional.
Doty said the Hyundai struck the right side of the Honda as it crossed through the left lane.
Both cars came to a rest close to each other on the roadside shoulder.
Doty said Sorrow appeared to have non-life threatening injuries.
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