Traffic backs up after a two-car accident Sept. 29 killed a 15-year-old Heritage High School student and injured four other teens. Two vehicles collided on Capital Boulevard in Wake Forest shortly before 7 a.m., officials said, and closed northbound Capital Boulevard for about three hours while police and state troopers investigated.
Traffic backs up after a two-car accident Sept. 29 killed a 15-year-old Heritage High School student and injured four other teens. Two vehicles collided on Capital Boulevard in Wake Forest shortly before 7 a.m., officials said, and closed northbound Capital Boulevard for about three hours while police and state troopers investigated. cseward@newsobserver.com
Traffic backs up after a two-car accident Sept. 29 killed a 15-year-old Heritage High School student and injured four other teens. Two vehicles collided on Capital Boulevard in Wake Forest shortly before 7 a.m., officials said, and closed northbound Capital Boulevard for about three hours while police and state troopers investigated. cseward@newsobserver.com

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