Lamar Gaddet Obituary, Death – According to the statements that were made public by the Rocky Mount police department on Friday, Lamar Gaddet, who was 49 years old at the time of the crash, was a pedestrian who was in the street when it occurred. This is indicated by the statements that were made public. It was reported that the collision took place around 9 o’clock in the evening somewhere in the neighborhood of the intersection where North Boulevards Wesleyan and Sutters Creek meet.
Herman Wilson, who was 62 years old at the time of the accident, was the driver of a Town & Country van that had been manufactured in 2006. The van had been traveling in a direction that was more toward the north when it became involved in the collision. At the time of the accident, the victim was moving in the direction of southbound traffic; nevertheless, the collision took place when she was moving in the opposite way, toward the northbound lanes.
According to the information that was included in the report that was filed by the police, Gaddet had already passed away by the time that the authorities arrived at the scene, so they were unable to save his life. Wilson remained at the scene of the collision after it had already taken place, as stated in the report that was submitted by the police.
The Traffic Crash Reconstruction Unit of the Rocky Mount Police Department will continue their investigation into the incident as they move forward with their investigation into the incident as the investigation into the incident moves forward.
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