KINGS MOUNTAIN, N.C. - A Kings Mountain teenager accused of speeding over 100 mph and crashing his truck will face a judge Monday.
State troopers said 18-year-old Jordan Camp was speeding at 110 mph when he flipped his pick-up truck on Highway 74 Saturday afternoon.
A trooper actually watched the accident happen and told Channel 9’s partners at The Shelby Star that Camp tried to pass a car, then overcorrected and crashed.
Camp was not hurt. He's charged with speeding and reckless driving.
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