A woman is listed in fair condition following a wreck that required her to be airlifted to a hospital for medical attention.
Officials at Pitt County Memorial Hospital said 66-year-old Mavis Wiggins of Williamston was listed in fair condition Thursday morning.
Wiggins was involved in a collision with a semi-truck Wednesday afternoon in the Martin County town of Jamesville, along with her ten-year old granddaughter. Authorities say the girl suffered minor injuries.
We don't have information on whether the truck driver suffered any injuries.
The accident happened around 3:45 Wednesday afternoon in Jamesville in Martin County.
Troopers say the driver of a white mini van failed to yield to the big-rig on Highway 64. That's when the truck hit the van on the passenger side sending it into a pole. The driver of the van, 66-year-old Mavis Wiggins of Williamston, and the 10-year-old passenger, were transported to Martin General. Troopers say the girl had minor injuries.
Wiggins was later airlifted to Pitt County Memorial, but her condition is not being released.