Dalton Gay Death – Dalton Gay, a Jesse C. Carson High School has passed away unexpectedly, Dalton was described as a respectful, loving, caring and talented young man. He will be missed by his family, his Charity Church family, his Carson High School family, his friends and community. At South Rowan High School, Gay was a member of the Army JROTC program despite the fact that she was about to enter her final year of high school. Unanticipated health issues ultimately led to Gay’s passing away.
A meal train was created to support the Dalton’s family. Anyone who would like to take their family a meal, can choose a date and time through th2 meal train to help organize the deliveries. According to Jesse C. Carson High School, in addition to opening the school up to support the grieving community Sunday night at 5:00 PM, they also wanted to share an invitation to attend a regular church service at Charity Baptist Church tomorrow at 11:00 AM. The address is 2420 Brantley Road, Kannapolis. This is not a funeral service, but it is a way to honor Dalton together.
Dalton Gay Obituary and funeral plans will be released by the family…
RELATED ARTICLE: 2 died in Rowan Co. crash, box truck driver charged after
In Rowan County on Tuesday, a car accident resulted in the deaths of two persons, and the driver of a box truck is now facing charges related to the incident. A fatal collision that occurred on a busy road prompted the North Carolina State Highway Patrol, the Rowan County Sheriff’s Office, and other emergency services to rush to the scene.
Near its intersection with High Rock Road, Stokes Ferry Road was closed up for maintenance. It reopened a little after 6 o’clock in the evening. According to the authorities, a collision between a motorcycle and a box truck resulted in the deaths of two people who were riding the motorcycle. The State Highway Patrol of North Carolina estimated that the collision took place at approximately 2:34 in the afternoon.
Wesley Elvitt Bennett, 30, of Denton, was allegedly driving a 2021 Chevrolet box truck north on High Rock Road when he ran a stop sign at the intersection with Stokes Ferry Road, according to the state police. The collision was caused by Jason Avery Hall, who is 52 years old and lives in Concord, and Sarah McCoy, who were riding a motorcycle. According to the troopers, both Hall and McCoy passed away at the scene of the accident.
According to the troopers, Bennett did not sustain any injuries. He was charged with causing a fatality by automobile while committing a misdemeanor and running a stop sign.
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