A Head-On Collision in Fayetteville, North Carolina Kills Three People | Shapiro, Washburn & Sharp

A car accident occurred on Hope Mills Road in Fayetteville, North Carolina (NC) that left three dead and two injured.

The fatal car accident occurred when a Ford Mustang crossed over the center line on Hope Mills Road and hit a Toyota Highlander head on. The impact of the crash forced the Highlander in to a furniture truck. The driver of the Ford Mustang, Tristan Hanna, was taken to UNC Hospital in Chapel Hill, North Carolina (NC). His fiancé, the only passenger in the Mustang, was taken by ambulance New Hanover Regional Medical Center in Wilmington. The driver of the Toyota Highlander, Hien Troung, and his infant daughter were also taken to UNC Hospital. Hein Troung’s wife was taken to Cape Fear Valley Medical Center in Fayetteville.

Tragically, Tristan Hanna, Hein Troung, and Troung’s infant daughter died as a result of injured they sustained in the car accident. Troung’s wife and Hanna’s fiancé remain in the hospital in critical condition.

The Fayetteville Police Department feels that speed may have been the main factor in the car accident. When a driver is speeding, it is easy for them to lose control of their car. This can lead to the driver crossing in to oncoming lanes and causing a head-on collision. Head-on collisions come on suddenly and can be fatal. As a driver, it is imperative that you follow posted speed limits; it may save your life.