1 dead, 3 injured in Winston-Salem wreck, woman charged with driving while impaired

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WINSTON-SALEM, N.C. — One person was killed and three injured in a two-vehicle wreck Sunday night on Baux Mountain Road, the N.C. Highway Patrol said.

The wreck occurred after 9 p.m. near the intersection of Baux Mountain Road and N.C. 66. A white pickup truck driven by a 29-year-old Jennifer Wilson of Germanton collided with a car carrying three people. That car was driven by Howard Gosnell of Winston-Salem.

Gosnell had two passengers, Glenda Gosnell of Winston-Salem and Nancy Snow Gosnell, 79, also of Winston-Salem. Nancy Snow Gosnell, a back-seat passenger, was killed.

The car was knocked off the road in the collision, while the pickup truck ended up on its side blocking the road.

Wilson has been charged with driving while impaired, left of center, and careless and wreckless driving. More charges could be filed.

The other two occupants of the car and the driver of the truck were taken to Wake Forest Baptist Medical Center for treatment. Their conditions are unknown.

The investigation is ongoing.