One dead in Pitt County Accident - WRBL

One dead in Pitt County Accident

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GREENVILLE, N.C. -

Highway Patrol Troopers have identified a Rocky Mount man killed in a crash Monday morning in Pitt County.

Troopers say 54-year-old William Thorp was killed around 8 a.m. near the intersection of NC Highway 30 and Oakley Road.

Troopers say a Dodge pickup truck pulling an empty horse trailer ran a stop sign and hit Thorp's Toyota Prius.

The driver of the truck was identified as 37-year-old Jermaine Broken-Borough of Washington, NC. Broken-Borough was taken to Vidant Medical Center. Officials there tell us he was in surgery Monday afternoon.

29-year-old Christopher Cannon of Greenville was in the passenger seat of the Dodge pickup. He was treated and released from Vidant.

The truck's driver, Jermaine Broken-Burough, had a Virginia registration, but troopers think he had just moved to North Carolina.

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Pitt County 911 Dispatch confirms EMS is on the scene of an accident on NC Highway 30 and Oakley Road.

At least two cars are involved with multiple injuries and at least one person is trapped in their vehicle at this time.

9 On Your Side has a crew on the way and will bring you updates as soon as we know them.

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