Treyvon Allen Obituary, Death – According to the most recent information that has been made public by the Roadway Patrol, a collision that occurred late on Sunday night on a popular route in Eastern North Carolina resulted in the deaths of four people who were traveling in separate vehicles. The accident took place at approximately 10:45 p.m. on the portion of the US-70 Bypass that can be found to the west of La Grange and just inside Wayne County.

The state police have a theory that Roy Mozingo, who lives in Kinston, was operating his small SUV on the highway in the wrong direction when he was involved in a collision with another vehicle that was moving in the opposite direction. Mozingo, who was 68 years old at the time the tragedy occurred, did not survive. Neither did the other driver of the vehicle, nor did the two passengers in that vehicle. All four of them perished. The driver of the vehicle was identified as Treyvon Allen, who is 21 years old and hails from Stanwood, Washington. Aaron Judd, age 17, and Reianna Jones, age 15, both of Holly Springs, were identified as the occupants in the back seat of the vehicle. Both Aaron Judd and Reianna Jones received their high school education at Holly Springs.

Another individual who was inside the vehicle when it was struck by the object was able to free themselves from the debris without suffering any injuries. Antonio Winston, who is 27 years old and hails from Holly Springs, is said to be in stable condition, according to the state troopers who responded to the scene. The two men in question, Winston and Judd, were related to one another as brothers. The state troopers have claimed that, to the best of their knowledge, there is no evidence that alcohol played a role in the fatal collision that took place earlier.