MEDICAL EXAMINER: ECU student dies from Sunday afternoon accident

Greenville Fire Rescue

GREENVILLE, N.C. (WITN) - The Pitt County Medical Examiner's Office says a 20-year-old man has died from injuries received in a car crash on Sunday.

Corbin Hargrave, 20, of Lexington, was a passenger in a Nissan Altima that police say crossed the center line and hit an oncoming pickup truck.

Hargrave was a student at East Carolina University.

The driver of the Altima, Briella Meade, 20, of Fayetteville, is in fair condition at Vidant Medical Center.

Police say the crash happened around 2:00 p.m. on Charles Boulevard near Oakmont Drive. The people in the pickup truck were not seriously injured.

So far, police have not filed any charges in the crash.


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Police have identified people injured in a serious car crash Sunday afternoon in Greenville.

Greenville police say the accident happened on Charles Boulevard near Oakmont Drive.

A preliminary investigation shows a Nissan Altima that was northbound ended up crossing the center line and hit a pickup truck that was southbound, according to a police spokeswoman.

Police say those in the Altima were the most seriously injured. Driver Briella Meade, 20, of Fayetteville, and passenger Corbin Hargrave, 20, of Lexington, remain at Vidant Medical Center.

Vidant says Hargrave is critical, while Mead is listed in fair condition.

Those in the pickup truck, Carl and Lawanda Hazelton, both of Greenville, were treated and released.

No one has been charged yet in the crash.


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A busy Greenville street is now open again following a car accident Sunday afternoon.

Greenville Fire Rescue officials say the accident happened on Oakmont Drive and Charles Boulevard, and the accident involved at least two vehicles.

Four people were taken to the hospital, and two are reportedly in critical condition.

We're waiting to hear back from police on possible charges.