A Pink Hill woman has been charged with failure to yield right of way after her car was involved in a wreck that injured six people.
The wreck happened Monday afternoon at Goodman Road & Central Avenue, that's right off Highway 258 south of Kinston.
Troopers say 24-year-old Maegan Bolick was coming down Goodman Road and tried to make a left at a stop sign. They say she pulled out in front of a vehicle driven by Constance Scott of Kinston.
The two people in Bolick's vehicle and four in Scott's vehicle were all taken to area hospitals with non-life threatening injuries.
State troopers say six people were injured in a car accident Monday afternoon south of Kinston.
The wreck involved two cars at the intersection of Goodman Road and Central Avenue, that's off Highway 258.
Two teenagers were flown by EastCare to Pitt County Memorial Hospital.
Troopers say one vehicle struck the other on its side in the accident that happened around 3:30 p.m.
The Highway Patrol says they don't yet know exactly how the accident happened because everyone in both vehicles was injured and they haven't had a chance yet to speak with them.
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