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Stephanie Collins, 45, Alan Thompson, 30, Mickeyla Little, 15, and Christian Thompson, 2, killed; Randy Collins injured in head-on car collision near Pinetops, NC

Modified Date: 
Wed, 04/08/2015 - 4:13pm
Accident Date: 
Sunday, November 30, 2014

4 dead, 1 injured in eastern NC crash

All five people lived in eastern North Carolina, and the teen attended J.H. Rose High School in Greenville.

Teen killed in Edgecombe County crash was freshman at JH Rose

Thompson has just completed his field training at Vidant Medical Center as a public safety officer. Friends say he had been just left the prison in Maury where he worked as a correctional officer.

Two children among four killed in Pinetops wreck

Little was a cheerleader who loved hip-hop dance, said her mother, Zena Thompson.  

Lone survivor of four-fatality wreck in fair condition

Authorities said the Camry’s speed was estimated at 75 mph when the wreck occurred and the Mazda’s speed was estimated at 55 mph, the speed limit where the collision occurred.
A toddler and a teenager are among four people who died in a head-on car accident in Edgecombe County Sunday. The collision occurred shortly before noon near Pinetops when a car crossed the center line of NC 42 and hit another vehicle head-on. The deceased victims as Stephanie Collins, 45, Alan Thompson, 30, Mickeyla Little, 15, and Christian Thompson, 2. The surviving victim, Randy Collins of Elm City, is listed in stable condition at a Greenville hospital. Speed appears to have been a factor. Check back for more information as it becomes available.
Type: Car Accident
People Involved: 
Stephanie Collins
Alan Thompson
Mickeyla Little
Christian Thompson
Randy Collins
Roadway: 
NC 42

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