Donald Dobransky 46, killed after his vehicle crashes into trees at high speed near Piedmont-Triad Airport.

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Tuesday, February 4, 2014

A Pennsylvania man was killed in a crash Wednesday in Guilford County.

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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From a fellow FedEx family member: I'm truly sorry for the loss the Dobransky family and friends are coping with. God will welcome Don and he will be with you and watching over his loved ones every day.

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