Driver Charged After Running a Red Light Leads to Two Deaths in a Car Crash
Author: Auger Law | April 21st, 2021
A Kinston, NC car accident on Tuesday, April 20, left two people dead, and a driver charged for the deaths.
Authorities say the crash happened on Tilghman Mill Road around 7 PM. 37-year-old Antonio Rhem and 39-year-old Regina Rhem were driving south on Wallace Family Road northeast of Kinston. 42-year-old Kimberly Barrett was moving west on Tilghman at the same time and failed to stop at a stop sign. The vehicles collided violently, and the Rhems’ car landed upside down in a nearby yard.
Sadly, both of the Rhems died at the scene.
Barrett was later charged with two counts of misdemeanor death by motor vehicle and failure to stop at a stop sign in connection with the crash.
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