A young woman from Seagrove has died in a two car accident near Robbins.

Stacie Michelle Williams, 20, of 165 Rancie Road, Seagrove, was killed when her car was struck by a 1994 Toyota 4Runner driven by 20-year old Andrew Allred Rodriguez of Asheboro.

The accident, which took place near the intersection of Needham Grove Road and Jasper Road north of Robbins, happened at 9:41 p.m. on Friday according to the Highway Patrol.

"Ms. Williams was traveling toward Robbins on Needham Grove Road when she met Rodriguez' car where the hill crests at Jasper Road and visibility is limited," said Sgt. J.E. Stahl of the North Carolina Highway Patrol. "Ms. Williams was driving just left of center, and when he hit the brakes he slid toward her. She tried to turn back but was struck by the oncoming car."

Williams, who was not wearing a seat belt, was pronounced dead on scene. Stahl said that no alcohol was involved in the accident.

Stahl said the district attorney's office would be consulted regarding whether or not any charges would be filed against Rodriguez. The Asheboro resident was not injured in the collision.

(3) comments

valerie Chriscoe

Her address is 165 Rancie Rd. not Ramsey Rd.

Deepest sympathies to the family and friends of Miss Williams.

mcguy1

Atleast spell her name right....Stacie

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