SALISBURY, N.C. - A man who troopers said caused a head-on crash while driving drunk is facing felony charges.
Troopers said Mark Carter should have never been behind the wheel that day because of a prior DWI conviction.
Carter and the other driver involved, Chris Brown, were rushed to the hospital with serious injuries after the crash in Salisbury.
Channel 9 talked with Brown, who said he is unable to work now due to a broken hip.
Carter remains in fair condition Thursday at Carolinas Medical Center.
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