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Drivers Identified in Deep Gap Crash PDF Print
Written by Steve Frank   
Wednesday, 07 November 2012 09:02

The state patrol has identified the drivers of the two vehicles that crashed in Deep Gap Monday afternoon, injuring four people. One of the four was airlifted after the crash of a fire truck responding to a woods fire and a Toyota Prius.  The Prius driver, Stephen McLeod, 55, of High Point, was airlifted to Carolinas Medical Center, Trooper R.C. Townsend saying he was in stable condition there. His passengers, a man from Winston-Salem and a woman from Clemmons were released after treatment. The crash occurred at about 4:10 on Old US 421 near Parkway School when the Stewart Simmons brush truck, driven by Joseph Bicking, 68, of Deep Gap, pulled out to pass other south-bound traffic.  When the truck entered the on-coming lane, the blue Prius, also south-bound, turned left into a driveway and was struck by the fire truck.

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