The N.C. highway department has asked the state Supreme Court to overturn a $3 million award to the estates of three people killed during a 2009 drag racing crash near Lake Wylie. Cynthia Furr and her daughter Mackie both died in the collision with the speeding cars. The department of transportation was found liable in the wreck for not installing a promised red light where the wreck occurred
The N.C. highway department has asked the state Supreme Court to overturn a $3 million award to the estates of three people killed during a 2009 drag racing crash near Lake Wylie. Cynthia Furr and her daughter Mackie both died in the collision with the speeding cars. The department of transportation was found liable in the wreck for not installing a promised red light where the wreck occurred The Furr family
The N.C. highway department has asked the state Supreme Court to overturn a $3 million award to the estates of three people killed during a 2009 drag racing crash near Lake Wylie. Cynthia Furr and her daughter Mackie both died in the collision with the speeding cars. The department of transportation was found liable in the wreck for not installing a promised red light where the wreck occurred The Furr family

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