Thomasville woman faces DWI charge
A Thomasville woman was charged by Archdale police with driving while impaired following an accident with multiple injuries April 6 on N.C. 62.
Police responded at 12:13 p.m. to the wreck on N.C. 62 between Kersey Valley Road and Aldridge Road. They found two vehicles with extensive damage in the roadway. Both vehicles were turned sideways at impact.
Kay S. Hunsucker, 51, of Thomasville, was found lying on the passenger floorboard with lacerations to her head and face.
Officers found the front and rear passengers still in the second vehicle, a 1999 Chevrolet SUV. The front passenger had a severe injury to his leg and the rear passenger had injuries to her face. All parties in the vehicles were extracted and transported to the hospital by Guilford County Emergency Medical Service and Piedmont Triad Ambulance.
During the investigation, officers noted that Hunsucker was heading east on N.C. 62 and crossed the center line. In an attempt to dodge the oncoming truck, the driver of the second vehicle, Gerrell S. Davis, 29, of High Point, turned to the left. Davis told officers he thought Hunsucker attempted to get back into her lane but crossed the center line just before impact. Davis and his three passengers sustained multiple mild to severe injuries.
While at the hospital, Hunsucker was charged with driving while impaired. A blood sample from Hunsucker was collected and placed into evidence.
Davis was charged with driving while license revoked.