Kevin Ellis Gazette staff TheGazetteKevin A 33-year-old Gastonia man died Saturday as the result of a traffic wreck, according to the N.C. Highway Patrol.Jan Michael Dean Reinhardt of 124 Rocky Ridge Way was traveling north on Lowell-Spencer Mountain Road at 5:58 p.m. Saturday when the Honda Civic he was driving was hit head-on by another vehicle that went left of the centerline to go around a disabled van, according to the Highway Patrol.Reinhardt was not wearing his seat belt and suffered...
Kevin Ellis Gazette staff TheGazetteKevin Gaston County Schools may have started with a three-hour delay Tuesday, but dozens of other commuters were not quite so lucky.Icy roads were blamed for numerous wrecks Tuesday, including a case where a pickup truck slided into a house at 803 E. Main St., Dallas.Lowell Road, between Cox Road and Smyre Drive, was shut down early Tuesday after black ice contributed to a multi vehicle wreck.Did you experience icy roads Tuesday morning? Call Managing...
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Gastonia police charged the same man with driving while impaired within a 15-hour period.Gregory Allen Smith, 51, of 1511 S. New Hope Road, was charged with DWI at 5:05 p.m. Friday and again at 8 a.m. Saturday.On the first charge, Gastonia Police Officer Z.J. Lechette says Smith was involved in a vehicle collision on North New Hope Road near Wayside Drive.
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