Updated:RALEIGH, N.C. (AP)
ach man faces charges in connection with a hit-and-run wreck that killed two people who were trying to aid a truck driver on a snow-covered Interstate 40.
State Highway Patrol Sgt. Jeff Gordon says the driver of a tractor-trailer cab lost control of the vehicle Thursday night and stopped perpendicular to the road.
He says 39-year-old Larry Kepley of Winston-Salem stopped his tractor-trailer so he could assist. Two other cars went down an embankment. One of those drivers, 34-year-old Nathaniel Williams of Hope Mills, then tried to help.
Gordon says a Volvo struck both Kepley and Williams. That driver, 21-year-old Marshall Doran, faces several charges, including two counts of second-degree murder.
It wasn't clear if Doran has an attorney. Bond was set at $5 million.
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