Highway 33 in Pitt County was closed down for about an hour and a half Wednesday following an accident that sent three people to the hospital
It happened late Wednesday afternoon at the intersection with Alvin Road Near Grimesland.
Highway Patrol says a car was turning into a driveway when it was rear ended by a pickup truck, causing the truck to flip over.
The truck driver was cited for failure to reduce speed. Two people in the car and one in the truck were taken to the hospital. The injuries are said to be minor.
Highway 33 in Pitt County is open again following an accident that sent three people to the hospital.
The accident happened late Wednesday afternoon on Highway 33 at the intersection with Alvin Road near Grimesland.
Highway Patrol is on the scene investigating and does not have details about what happened yet.
We're told the accident involved a car and a pickup truck. The truck flipped over. Two people in the car were taken to the hospital. One person in the truck was taken to the hospital. The injuries are said to be minor.
A detour around the accident has been set up.
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