No injuries after tractor-trailer misses house, crashes into parked vehicles near Grandy

[courtesy LCVFD]

No one was injured after a tractor-trailer ran off U.S. 158 north of Grandy on New Year’s morning, narrowly missing a massive oak tree and a house before colliding with several vehicles parked in the yard.

The crash happened around 8:40 a.m. Friday in the 5900 block of Caratoke Highway, when the eastbound truck appeared to miss a slight curve and ran off the highway.

Lower Currituck Volunteer Fire Department Chief Vernon Hart said the rig ran between the tree and a one-story, brick ranch-style house. It then slammed into several vehicles before coming to rest against a power pole.

The truck narrowly missed both the house and a large oak tree. [courtesy LCVFD]

Power was knocked out to multiple customers in the vicinity of the crash, and traffic was down to one lane eastbound on U.S. 158.

[courtesy LCVFD]

Also responding to the crash were the Currituck EMS and the Currituck County Sherrif’s Office. The N.C. Highway Patrol is in charge of the investigation.

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