Three killed in Lexington car wreck identified
LEXINGTON, N.C. — Lexington police have identified the three people they said were killed in a fiery car wreck early Sunday morning.
Tacarro Nicole Pate, 30, of Lexington, Shedarrius Letralle Pate, 24, of Lexington, and John Gabriel-Lamont Roseborough, 35, of Charlotte, have been identified as victims.
Police said a car went off the right side on the road and caught fire in the 300 block of Sink Inn Road around 3:40 a.m.
Authorities said they were responding to a power outage call around 3:39 a.m. when they found the 2007 Chrysler Sebring overturned and burned.
Police said they believe the car crashed into a power pole, knocking out power to some homes in the area.
Police said five people were in the car and two of them survived. The surviving victims were identified as Donchristopher Warren Roach, 23, and Kim Davis, 28, both of Lexington. They were taken to Thomasville Medical Center for treatment.
Authorities said the three other victims were found deceased at the scene.
The speed limit on the stretch of Sink Inn Road where the wreck occurred is 35 mph.
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