Donald Dobransky 46, killed after his vehicle crashes into trees at high speed near Piedmont-Triad Airport.
A Pennsylvania man was killed in a crash Wednesday in Guilford County.
Authorities with the North Carolina Highway Patrol said the crash happened on Ted Johnson Parkway near Piedmont-Triad International Airport.
Investigators said Donald Dobransky, 46, was in the vehicle when it went off the road and into the treeline. They said speed was likely a factor in the crash.
An investigation is underway, and officials said no charges have been filed.
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