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Woman charged in wreck that killed Nash man

Posted on December 6, 2021

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A Rougemont woman is charged with misdemeanor death by motor vehicle in this Nov. 7 crash, which claimed a Nashville man's life.

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A Rougemont woman is charged with misdemeanor death by motor vehicle in this Nov. 7 crash, which claimed a Nashville man's life.

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WILSON — A woman faces a misdemeanor death by motor vehicle charge in connection with a wreck that claimed a Nashville man’s life.

The crash happened Nov. 7 at the intersection of Raleigh Road Parkway and Airport Boulevard in Wilson.

Adell Elizabeth Kroll, 53, of Rougemont, is charged with misdemeanor death by motor vehicle.

Cranston Elverado Davids, 73, of Nashville, died after Kroll’s 2010 Honda minivan struck the Nissan pickup truck he was driving, causing the truck to overturn.

Kroll failed to stop at a red light and collided with Davids’ pickup as he drove south on Airport Boulevard and crossed Raleigh Road Parkway, according to a Wilson Police Department wreck report.

A third vehicle, a 2021 Volkswagen driven by Cerenia Kay Cotton of Wilson and headed east on Raleigh Road Parkway, also was struck.

A city of Wilson traffic camera recorded the wreck.

Medics took 10 people to the hospital, including five children ranging in age from 5 to 14.

Kroll is scheduled to appear in Wilson County District Court on the charge Jan. 10.

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