N.C. Paramedic Accused of DWI after Wreck

Report: Travis Nathaniel Emery went through an intersection & struck a car head-on


 
 

WSOCTV.com | | Wednesday, August 3, 2011


GASTON COUNTY, N.C. -- A Cleveland County paramedic faces an impaired driving charge after state troopers say he drove past a stop sign and slammed into an oncoming car Saturday.

A N.C. Highway Patrol report states that Travis Nathaniel Emery didn’t stop at a stop sign at the intersection of Hamrick Road and Sulphur Springs Road near Patterson Springs. Emery went through the intersection and struck a car that was traveling south head-on, the report states.

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