Two people were sent to the hospital Saturday afternoon after one driver ran a stop sign, crashing into another car in Beaufort County.
Troopers say Bobby Lee Roulhac ran the stop sign at the intersection of Harvey Road and Goose Creek Road a few miles outside of Washington this afternoon, right around 2 p.m.
Roulhac T-boned another car, driven by Jillian Allender, that was passing through the intersection.
Both drivers were taken to Beaufort County Medical Center and then transported to Pitt County Memorial Hospital. As of Sunday afternoon Allender remains in critical condition. Roulhac is listed in fair condition.
Troopers do not believe speed or alcohol were factors in the crash. Charges are pending.
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