Injuries light in two car accident in Lansing




(Adam Orr|Jefferson Post) Chandler Barker’s Toyota Tacoma sits damaged on NC-194 after a collision with Jeanette Greer’s Ford Ranger on Nov. 27. Neither driver was seriously injured in the accident.


(Adam Orr|Jefferson Post) A wrecker driver prepares to move a damaged Toyota Tacoma from NC-194 Friday in Lansing.


LANSING-A two car accident on NC-194 slowed traffic for more than an hour Friday according to the North Carolina Highway Patrol, though neither driver was seriously injured in the collision.

Jeanette Greer, 62, of Lansing, was transported to Ashe Memorial Hospital as a precautionary measure, according to State Trooper Kevin Aldridge, following a wreck just north of Charlie King Road on NC-194 with Chandler Barker, 16, of Lansing. The accident occurred shortly after noon on Nov. 27.

Greer was traveling north in a white Ford Ranger, Aldridge said. Barker, in a silver Toyota Tacoma, attempted to turn south onto NC-194 and collided with Greer.

Aldridge said neither was seriously injured in the wreck.

“This one, thankfully, sounded worse than it actually was,” Aldridge said.

Barker was charged with failure to yield, Aldridge said.

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(Adam Orr|Jefferson Post) Chandler Barker’s Toyota Tacoma sits damaged on NC-194 after a collision with Jeanette Greer’s Ford Ranger on Nov. 27. Neither driver was seriously injured in the accident.
http://jeffersonpost.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/11/web1_LansingWreck.jpg(Adam Orr|Jefferson Post) Chandler Barker’s Toyota Tacoma sits damaged on NC-194 after a collision with Jeanette Greer’s Ford Ranger on Nov. 27. Neither driver was seriously injured in the accident.

(Adam Orr|Jefferson Post) A wrecker driver prepares to move a damaged Toyota Tacoma from NC-194 Friday in Lansing.
http://jeffersonpost.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/11/web1_LansingWreck2.jpg(Adam Orr|Jefferson Post) A wrecker driver prepares to move a damaged Toyota Tacoma from NC-194 Friday in Lansing.
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