Death: Jeremy Lamar Saner Obituary, Cause of Death – According to Walker, Jeremy Lamar Saner, 25, of Hamptonville, was ejected from the 2007 Honda Civic he was driving and died at the scene. He was not wearing a seatbelt.
A Yadkin County man died in a single-vehicle accident on Bethel Road in far eastern Wilkes County at 8:06 a.m. Wednesday, according to N.C. Highway Patrol Trooper Russell Walker.
The Honda was eastbound on Bethel Road in a tight curve when it raced off the left side, hit a mailbox, a ditch, and another mailbox before flipping over three times and coming to rest on its wheels in the yard of a house on the north side of Bethel Road, according to Walker.
Saner was ejected from the car at an unknown moment, according to Walker, who added that he was discovered around 15 feet from the vehicle. The Honda veered off Bethel Road by more than 150 feet. According to the trooper, the car’s passenger side and roof sustained the most damage.
The Honda’s speed at the time of the crash was judged to be 72 mph by the Highway Patrol’s wreck scene investigation. The speed limit is 45 miles per hour near Jonesville, which is less than a half mile from the Yadkin County line.
Ronda Fire & Rescue, according to Walker, gave invaluable assistance, including traffic management. Wilkes Emergency Medical Services was also dispatched to the scene.