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Rollover Wreck in Fairview

On Monday, one person was injured in a rollover crash in Fairview. According to WLOS ABC News Channel 13, the crash occurred on Charlotte Highway, near Mine hole Gap. Very few details about this crash have been released, but we do know that a driver reportedly crossed the centerline, and another car had to serve to avoid the collision.

Head On Crash in Fairview

On Monday morning, there was a head-on collision in Fairview. According to WLOS ABC News Channel 13, the incident happened on Charlotte Highway near Emmas Grove Road. Very little information has been released about this crash, but we do know that the wreck happened sometime before 9:00 a.m. First responders were called to the scene, where Monday morning traffic was congested due to the wreckage.

Labor Day: Driver Sober or Get Pulled Over

The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) is currently publicizing their annual "Drive Sober or Get Pulled Over" campaign. Law enforcement agencies in North Carolina and around the country will be participating in high-visibility enforcement campaigns to stop and prevent drunk driving. The Labor Day Weekend is one of the deadliest holiday weekends of the year. The traditional end-of-summer celebrations begin on Friday and can run through the weekend.

Transylvania County Crash

On Tuesday morning, there was a serious crash on Highway 280 in Transylvania County. According to WLOS ABC News Channel 13, the incident happened near Little Mountain Road. Very few details about this crash have been released, but we do know there was a head-on collision between a car and a truck. An additional vehicle may also have been involved. First responders and crews rushed to the scene, where traffic was blocked at Hudlin Gap Road. Injuries were reported on the scene, although no information about how many people were injured has been released. At this time, there has been no word on the cause of the crash, which is likely still under investigation with law enforcement authorities.

Car Crashes into Asheville Pet Store

On Sunday, in an apparent case of pedal error, a driver plowed into the front of Pet Supplies Plus on Hendersonville Road. According to WLOS ABC News Channel Thirteen, the incident happened sometime around 1:00 p.m. An unidentified driver reportedly struck the gas instead of the brake pedal as they were pulling into a parking space in front of the retail pet supply store.

Fatal Jackson County Crash

Earlier this week, there was a fatal head-on collision in Jackson County. According to WLOS ABC News Channel 13, the incident happened at about 11:00 a.m. on Monday. For currently unknown reasons, a vehicle heading southbound on 23 S crossed the yellow lines and struck another vehicle head on. Although first responders, including a helicopter air ambulance were swiftly called to the scene, two women were killed in the crash. A female driver was also injured in the crash. There has been no word on her current condition or the extent of her injuries.

Yancey County Injury Crash

On Sunday night, at least four people were injured in a two-vehicle crash in Yancey County. According to WLOS ABC News Channel 13, the incident happened on Highway 80 near Micaville, at about 7:45 p.m. Very few details about the crash have been released, but initial reports indicate that a green pickup truck went left of center and collided with an oncoming Pontiac Aztec SUV. Two people were transported to Mission Hospital by ambulance. One person was airlifted to Johnson City Hospital, and another person was airlifted to Mission hospital for treatment of injuries.

New NC Motor Vehicle Laws

On Friday, there will be five new motor vehicle provisions under North Carolina law. WLOS ABC News Channel 13 recently reported on what residents in and around Asheville need to know about the changes. Listed below are the five new provisions and how they'll impact drivers in Western North Carolina and across the state.

Cracking Down on Impaired Drivers

Law enforcement officers in North Carolina and Tennessee are cracking down on impaired drivers travelling across state lines. They're taking part in the Hands Across the Boarder enforcement campaign that's aimed at getting impaired drivers off of the roadways. In addition to being on the lookout for drunk and drugged drivers, law enforcement officers will also be cracking down on seat belt violations, uninsured drivers, suspended licenses, fugitives and other driving offenses.

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